Legless lizard

Origin- A species of large glass lizard found from southern Europe to Central Asia.

Lifespan- They are capable of living up to 50 years in captivity

Description- The sheltopusik can reach a length of 135 cm (4.43 ft). It has a tan coloration, paler on the ventral surface and the head, with a ring-like/segmented appearance that makes it look like a giant earthworm with a distinctive fold of skin down each side called a lateral groove. Though the legs are barely discernible, the sheltopusik can be quickly distinguished from a snake by its ears, eyelids, and ventral scales.

Conservation- Not listed by the IUCN

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