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2023-07-18 Snargl 0 minute 0 second

Where does the Snake lizard live?

The Snake lizard is not a single species, but a common name for several types of lizards that look like snakes.
They belong to different families and subfamilies.
They have evolved to lose their legs and have long, slender bodies that help them burrow underground or move through vegetation.
Some examples of Snake lizards are:
  • Glass lizards: These are legless lizards in the subfamily Anguinae, which are native to North America, Europe, Asia, and North Africa.
    They are called glass lizards because their tails can easily break off when threatened, and they can regenerate them later.
    They have external ears and eyelids, unlike snakes, and feed on insects, spiders, and small vertebrates.
  • Dibamids: These are legless lizards in the family Dibamidae, which are found in Southeast Asia and Mexico.
    They are fossorial, meaning they spend most of their time underground, and feed on ants and termites.
  • Pygopods: These are legless lizards in the family Pygopodidae, which are endemic to Australia and New Guinea.
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