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Press Release 07-013
Lizards Shout Against a Noisy Background to Get Points Across

Research shows how animals adapt their behavior to the environment

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Lizards' signals must be strong enough for a rival to see without alerting predators.

Lizards' signals must be strong enough for a rival to see, but not vivid enough to interest predators.

Credit: University of California at Davis

 



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