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Scientists stumped by elusive lizard's prodigious proboscis (1:35) 

Oct. 24 - The elusive Pinocchio Lizard, believed for more than 50 years to be extinct, has become a major attraction for scientists since its rediscovery in 2005. The lizard - or anole - is native to a small slice of rainforest in northern Ecuador but is gaining attention mainly for the horn that protrudes from its snout. Rob Muir reports. ( Transcript )

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