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Virtual SUTS! Legged and legless

Welcome to Science Under the Virtual Stars! This month, Britt White is going to talk all about the diversity of lizards we find in our world. Join us Thursday, October 14th at 7:00 pm CDT! See below for some fun lizard activities and a link to our virtual natural history tour of Brackenridge Field Laboratory. The live lecture and Q&A will be held over Zoom–link below!

Lizard-y activities! Click the link above to learn all about lizards!

Make a Texas Horned Lizard! Click the link or the picture above for information about Texas’ awesome horned lizards and instructions on making your own!

Lizards and Friends: Learn more about lizards in this blog and e-newsletter ran by Dr. Michele Johnson, a lizard biologist at Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas, and the members of the Johnson Laboratory.

More lizard crafts and activities!

Tour of Brackenridge Field Laboratory (13 min)

Zoom Information for live lecture and Q&A, October 14th at 7:00pm CDT:

opic: Virtual SUTS! Legged and legless: the story of lizard evolution
Time: Oct 14, 2021 07:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada)

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Meeting ID: 914 6853 8169

October 14th, Britt White

Legged and legless: the story of lizard evolution

Please note that for this event, both the lecture and Q&A will be live and recorded.

Have you ever wondered why some lizards are called anoles, skinks, or whiptails? Or have you never heard these names? We will dive into the basics of identifying local lizards, what lizards are, what they aren’t, and why researchers like me study them!

Science Under the Stars has gone virtual! This semester all SUTS activities will be online, but we encourage you to participate outdoors under the stars in your backyard! (If wifi allows for it, of course.) This month’s schedule is as follows:

  • October 13th: Links to the kids activities will be posted here and on our Facebook page.
  • October 14th, 7:00pm CDT: Live online lecture and Q&A with the speaker! Please note, you must have a Zoom account to access the talk. You can get a free account on Zoom’s website.

Zoom info:

Meeting ID: 914 6853 8169

Science Under the Stars is a free public outreach lecture series based in Austin, Texas.