News: Sea Snake
Sea snakes show their sensitive side to court potential mates
Decades of research has revealed the remarkable morphological adaptations of sea snakes to aquatic life, which include paddle-shaped tails, salt-excreting glands, and the ability to breathe through their skin.
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New species of sea snake discovered in WA
University of Adelaide researchers have discovered a new species of turtle-headed sea snake in Western Australia.
The new species, Emydocephalus orarius, or the Western Turtle-headed Sea Snake, is found from Shark Bay to Broome on soft sandy habitats at depths ranging from 15 to 70 metres.