Crocodile Lizard

The above image shows a dorsal patch of skin from the Chinese crocodile lizard (Shinisaurus crocodilurus). This lizard is an endangered semiaquatic species with skin similar in appearance to a crocodiles (as its name suggests). Gel-based profilometry provides a non-destructive way of investigating the skin morphology of this species using museum specimens. Images: Dylan Wainwright and spacebirdy (CC-BY-SA-3.0). (http://bit.ly/2jCtvb4)

The above image shows a dorsal patch of skin from the Chinese crocodile lizard (Shinisaurus crocodilurus). This lizard is an endangered semiaquatic species with skin similar in appearance to a crocodiles (as its name suggests). Gel-based profilometry provides a non-destructive way of investigating the skin morphology of this species using museum specimens. Images: Dylan Wainwright and spacebirdy (CC-BY-SA-3.0) (http://bit.ly/2jCtvb4).

The above image shows a dorsal patch of skin from the Chinese crocodile lizard (Shinisaurus crocodilurus). This lizard is an endangered semiaquatic species with skin similar in appearance to a crocodiles (as its name suggests). Gel-based profilometry provides a non-destructive way of investigating the skin morphology of this species using museum specimens. Images: Dylan Wainwright and spacebirdy (CC-BY-SA-3.0) (http://bit.ly/2jCtvb4).

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