Random links related to flying snakes and research.
Batraciens et Reptiles du Monde Good photos and information (in French).
The EMBL Reptile Database A great resource.
Zoological Record (BIOSIS), herpetology Tons of herpetology links.
Herpetological Contents at herplit.com - a searchable database of over 50,000 herp publications.
Lundstrom's Snake Quiz Good for kids and novices.
Recommendations for care of reptiles and amphibians in academic institutions by F. Harvey Pough.Other Chrysopelea sites
How Squirrels Fly A Smithsonian Magazine article on flying squirrel research of Stafford and Thorington.
Leica Geosystems Produces the Imagine with Orthobase software used to reconstruct the 3-D points of the snake moving through the air.
QuickImage and QuickSAND Jeff Walker's custom biomechanics/analysis software.
Singapore National Parks Board Includes descriptions of national reserves and parks and contact info for conducting research.
Singapore Zoological Gardens The Singapore Zoo, perhaps the best zoo in the world.
Instead of trying to list of all the interesting people, labs, and research going on, check out Adam Summers' list of biomechanics/functional morphology research.
Adam's Biomechanics column from Natural History Magazine. Includes all of his published essays.
See How It Flies An excellent on-line textbook of flight by John S. Denker.
Principles of Aeronautics Another good on-line text.
UC Berkeley's Vertebrate Flight Exhibit An on-line exhibit from the UC Museum of Paleontology.
The Tree of Life An overview of the evolutionary relationships among species. By David Maddison, University of Arizona.
John Beale's Using the Sony DCR-TRV900 Camcorder An excellent resource for everything dealing with the DCR-TRV900.
Video University All kinds of information and tips about video.
"Everything you need to know about DV formats" Includes technical info.
Digital Video Live Tutorials, buying guides, DV Magazine.
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