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Assistant Professor of Biology Alex Pyron has created the only large-scale biogeographic analysis of its kind.
The ancestor of snakes and lizards likely gave birth to live young, rather than laid eggs, and over time species have switched back and forth in their preferred reproductive mode
A biologist and a team of researchers have finally finished the first large-scale evolutionary tree of every known squamate in the world.
Alex Pyron’s expertise is in family trees. Who is related to whom, who begat whom, how did they get where they are now. But not for humans: reptiles.
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