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Hundreds of Australian lizard species are barely known to science. Many may face extinction

By Jane Melville, Senior Curator, Terrestrial Vertebrates, Museums Victoria
Reid Tingley, Lecturer, Monash University
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There are too many little-understood species for scientists to study them all. A new approach helps decide which ones to tackle first.

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