Category Archives: Burke
Physics comedy blog xkcd has posted a simple and elegant figure depicting a horned lizard squirting blood (in color). Excerpt from the post: ”Horned lizards shoot jets of blood from their eyes for distances of up to five feet. I don’t know why they do this … Continue reading
Try to describe your research using only the 1000 most common words using the “UP-GOER FIVE TEXT EDITOR” We study animals and how they came to be from the same animals and then changed over time into different ones. Some … Continue reading
Congratulations to undergraduate researcher Heidi Rockney – she was recently awarded a Mary Gates Research Scholarship for her work on African frogs. Way to go Heidi!
The Burke Museum Behind the Scenes Night was a big success. Herpetology had a few things to offer this year in honor of the “Year of the Snake”. Jared and Matt helped with a “Snakes of Washington” table, Erin and … Continue reading
Check out “Head Like an Orange” to see lots of cool reptile-related animated GIFs.