Why are dark-colored reptiles more common in colder parts of the range than in warm ones?
October 30, 2020 | Education|
Why are dark-colored reptiles more common in colder parts of the range than in warm ones? For example, the vipers living in the Arctic Circle are predominantly melanistic (black), and in the south they are light-colored.
Black absorbs heat more than anything else. Dark colored reptiles heat up faster.
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