Two hundred and twenty-five million years ago — about the time the first dinosaurs arrived on the scene — the ancestors of the tuatara were roaming the world. Now, 65 million years after the last Tyrannosaurus bit the dust, tuatara are still here, little changed from their ancient predecessors. But how much longer can they survive on their remote island homes?
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