Lizards with bright green blood baffle scientists

One year ago   |   By News Medical

A species of lizards has been found to have bright green blood. Researchers in their study published this Tuesday said that this finding could provide understanding in illnesses such as malaria and jaundice. The study was published in Science Advances.
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