Hello San Fransisco! Collecting more monitor lizard hyoid thesis data via a Charles Stearns Grant in Aid for Herpetology. What a productive month July was.
Anyone case to guess what this pink thing is?
Hint: This specimen is native to planet earth....
Oh happy, productive days. These guys let visiting researchers work as late as they want, AND come in on weekends. What a world.
Visiting the herp collection at the California Academy of Sciences. Objective: To study the monitor lizard skeleton. In particular, the hyoid apparatus.
Their famous white gator.