Victoria University of Wellington - Tuatara @ VUW
Tuatara are endemic to New Zealand, and only two species are in existance. Their relatives elsewhere in the world were made extinct at least 60 million years ago. Tuatara look like lizards but are not lizards, instead they are the only surviving representatives of the order Sphenodontia. They are amongst the most primitive living reptiles, having undergone few evolutionary changes in anatomy druing the past 200 million years
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