Alligator Research

Crossley also studies turtles, snakes, birds, fish and mammals. He hopes that his research will be the foundation for medical research in the coming years.

For more information on Crossley’s alligator research and other projects, head to the UNT website at http://bit.ly/1rHxLTW and click on his link to his Comparative and Evolutionary Developmental Physiology Lab.

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