Why Do Lizards Have Ears? To Eavesdrop, Perhaps

Thursday, March 4, 2010 - 16:14 in Biology & Nature

While most lizards do not communicate among themselves, some use their ears to listen for warning calls from other animals, researchers say, which could alert them to predators.

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