Zoologger: lizard’s optical illusion makes its throat fan glow up

Union professor leads study featured in New Scientist
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Zoologger: lizard’s optical illusion makes its throat fan glow up


A study led by Leo Fleishman, the William D. Williams Professor of Biological Sciences, shows that lizards use an optical illusion to make their colorful throat fans “glow” – and boost their chances of wooing a female.

The study was recently featured in New Scientist.

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