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With Diminished Habitat, Arkansas Eastern Collared Lizard Populations Decline

courtesy: Casey Brewster

Eastern collared lizard populations are declining fast because of fire suppression. The collared lizard makes its home in open and sunny glades, or small slices of desert in the Ozarks. We speak with a biology doctoral candidate about how the decline of glade habitats in Arkansas are affecting lizard populations.

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