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  • n. Plural form of herpetologist.


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  • The Burmese pythons captured by qualified herpetologists will be euthanized.

    On Hunting Pythons in Florida

  • Behnke said only the most experienced herpetologists will be allowed to track the Burmese pythons that will be euthanized when found.

    On Hunting Pythons in Florida

  • That's as true of herpetologists as it is of lepidopterologists or philatelists.

    A New Book

  • Everyone seemed annoyed at me for getting them out there at that hour of the night—except the herpetologists, who were far more concerned about their reptiles.


  • There were also three men from maintenance and all the herpetologists.


  • The two herpetologists passed the demonstration easily enough, partly because they had done a similar test before, for the research in Ecology.

    Is That the Croak of the Pickerel? Frog Census Is a Tad Uncertain

  • The right wing might want to jump in here and save the frogs by declaring that they know more than the world's most prominent herpetologists, and that the data should be dismissed as left-wing propaganda.

    Jeff Schweitzer: Green or Growth: A False Choice Recycled by the Right

  • I thought I was in the minority, along with fellow herpetologists, in that one.

    Arthur Rosenfeld: Future Chimp

  • Some herpetologists (scientists who study amphibians and reptiles) think that some of the world-wide reduction in frog and toad populations may be caused in part by a reduction in stratospheric ozone.

    Antarctic ozone hole

  • Because there is also more people than ever before, so there is more of everything than ever before, including herpetologists.

    White Man


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