A look at one of the world’s most interesting reptiles and one of Britains few native reptiles, the slow worm, anguis fragilis – looking at its evolutionary history, remarkable behaviours and why they’re so great.
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Top Ten Sharks #7 – The Frilled Shark, Chlamydoselachus anguineus and C. africana
If my intent is to convince people sharks are cute I’m definitely going about it the wrong way by including this one but I absolutely have to. The frilled shark is possibly one of the weirdest, most awesome sharks out there. It looks less like a shark and more like an eel, it has sixContinue reading “Top Ten Sharks #7 – The Frilled Shark, Chlamydoselachus anguineus and C. africana”