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Disappearing Lizards -- Changing Planet

Disappearing Lizards

Lizard populations around the world are in danger of going extinct. Dr. Barry Sinervo of the University of California, Santa Cruz, explains that warming temperatures are to blame, limiting the amount of time the lizards have for gathering food and for reproduction.

Credit: NBC Learn and the National Science Foundation (NSF)

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