Puerto Rican lizards adapt to Florida's weather

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Los lagartijos cerstados tardaron 35 generaciones en adaptarse al invierno de Florida

Dr. Manuel Leal and collegueas from Duke University studied how the Puerto Rican lizard (Anolis cristatellus) has adapted to the weather in Florida. They estimated that it took approximately 35 evolutive generations to adjust to colder temperatures.




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