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Southern California’s diverse ecology provides an ideal breeding ground for all kinds of life, like this alligator lizard (Elgaria multicarinata). Photo by Gary Nafis
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Contact Us

General Inquiries
email: rascals@nhm.org
telephone: 213.763.3535

Richard Smart
Coordinator, Citizen Science
telephone: 213.763.3535

Greg Pauly
Curator, Herpetology
gpauly@nhm.org

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