Researchers confirm new colorful lizard species in Vietnam

01/17/2013 | National Geographic News

A brightly colored lizard from Vietnam, thought to be the same species as one found in Thailand and Myanmar, is actually its own unique species, according to a report published in the journal Zootaxa. Scientists discovered that the Calotes bachae in Vietnam differed from its Southeast Asian relative, the Calotes mystaceus, after a series of genetic and physical tests.

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