- Tuataras get a tasty treat after Southlanders hunt grubs
- Southlanders have answered a plea to hunt huhu grubs to feed more than 100 tuataras at the tuatarium in Invercargill. Among them is Southland's oldest resident, Henry the tuatara, and they've all emerged from a dormant, foodless winter, ready to eat.
- The Tuataras Present 'Inner Space'
- Local musical collective The Tuataras will perform a unique set composed specifically for the show, and beamed throughout the planetarium via 8-speaker 360-degree Octophonic sound system directed by sonic artist Bridget Johnson. Erica Sklenars will ...
- B2BGateway Provides MYOB Advanced EDI Solution To Tuatara Brewing Company
- B2BGateway's cloud based, fully integrated EDI solutions for MYOB Advanced were chosen by Tuatara Brewing Company based in Paraparaumu, New Zealand to further streamline their communication process with their Third Party Logistics Provider (3PL) ...
- The penis only evolved once, suggests study of reptile embryos
- The adult tuatara reptile (Sphenodon punctatus, seen above) has no penis. But among amniotic animals—reptiles, birds, and mammals—that's not even that weird.
- Tuatara: Chester Zoo celebrate breeding 'living fossil'
- A reptile believed to have pre-dated most species of dinosaur has hatched at Chester Zoo for the first time. A conservationist has been trying to breed tuatara - which are native to New Zealand - for the last 38 years.
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