Australian lizards swap gender

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  1. Ekans

    Ekans Not so new Member

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    Prof_Moreliarty Well-Known Member

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    "Life, uh, finds a way" :)
     
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    Nice! I read an article like this not long ago, and it also said that bearded dragon eggs incubated at higher temperatures have more chance of turning out female. With that information, scientists can foresee the effects climate change will have on bearded dragons.
     
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    Hello,

    Wow, that I did not know, how interesting. I guess nature always does try to find a way. I knew that these wonderful creatures were incredible but this is amazing.

    Tracie
     
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