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What makes an angry Phrynocephalus mystaceus?

Blog posting by Dr. Qi Yin, Chengdu Institute of Biology (CAS) When you see the colorful and threatening face above, what response does this evoke? Imagine a lizard predator about to grab a lizard and suddenly it flares it’s cheek flaps and simultaneously presents an angry, gaping mouth. Why do they flare these cheek flaps […]