Print and online media articles, books and interviews highlighting research carried out by Dr Suzy Munns

Various authors, Print and online media articles, books and interviews highlighting research carried out by Dr Suzy Munns. Various publishers.

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Online media, searched 3 July 2014 (see related URLs links below):

Luntz, Stephen. (2012, May). Crocodile hearts get treadmill workout. Australasian Science, 33(4), p. 14. Retrieved from:

(2012, February 24). Crocodiles don't need pump to breathe. Science alert. Retrieved from:

(2012, February 24). Crocodiles rock the treadmill for research. Retrieved from:

Williams, Brian. (2008, September 10). Research into rare bum-breathing turtles. Courier-Mail. Retrieved from:

(2008, September 8). Steve Irwin's bum-breathing turtle facing extinction. The Epoch Times. Retrieved from:

Print media, retrieved July 3, 2014 from NewsBank on-line database (Access World News):

Bateman, D. (2012, February 23). JCU experiment to establish how reptiles breathe - Crocs on treadmill.Townsville Bulletin (Australia) (1 ed.), 007.

(2008, September 10). Getting to the bottom of turtles future.Bowen Independent (Australia) (1 ed.), 007.

Williams, B. (2008, September 10). End game for rare bum breathers. Courier Mail, The (Brisbane, Australia) (1 - First with the news ed.), 019.

Bateman, D. (2007, February 10). JCU scientist tracks breeding habits of stumpy lizards in desert Lesson to learn from nature. Townsville Bulletin (Australia) (1 ed.), 020

Steene, Mark (2001, September 25). The tail of a lung disease lifeline.Advertiser, The (Adelaide, Australia) (2 - METRO ed.), 023.

Steene, Mark (2001, September 25). Pregnant pause that may save lives.Advertiser, The (Adelaide, Australia) (1 - STATE ed.), 023.

(2001, September 25). No rest for lizards in labour of love. MX (Melbourne, Australia) (1 - Melbourne ed.), 012.

(2001, September 6). Dr Munns with a mother and a newborn baby stumpy tail..Canberra Times, The (Australia) P11.

(2001, June 5). Plenty of pride in work. Leader - Sunbury (1 - SRV ed.), 014.


Brynie, Faith Hickman (2006). 101 Questions About Reproduction: Or How 1 + 1 = 3 or 4 or More. Minneapolis, Minn.: Twenty-First Century Books, p. 32. Retrieved from:

Radio interviews:

(2012, February 23). Crocs on treadmills. Radio National Drive Program, Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Audio download available from:

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