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- Amphisbaenia (called amphisbaenians or worm lizards) is a group of usually legless squamates, comprising over 180 extant species. Amphisbaenians are characterized...
- This is a list of the reptiles found in Portugal. Family: Cheloniidae Green sea turtle (Chelonia mydas) Hawksbill sea turtle (Eretmochelys imbricata) Kemp's...
- The reptiles and frogs of the Eastern Highlands of Zimbabwe and Mozambique mark a biodiversity hotspot for herpetofauna. Diverse frog and reptile communities...
- lizards, and amphisbaenians. Squamata can be characterized by the reduction or loss of limbs. Snakes, some lizards, and most amphisbaenians have evolved...
- diameters by the soil, amphisbaenians can increase muscle m**** by increasing body length, not body diameter. In most amphisbaenians, limbs were lost as part...
- This is a list of European reptiles. It includes all reptiles currently found in Europe. It does not include species found only in captivity or extinct...
- species of amphisbaenian in the family Bipedidae. The species is endemic to the Baja California Peninsula. It is one of four species of amphisbaenians that...
- the cl**** Reptilia, comprising today's turtles, crocodilians, snakes, amphisbaenians, lizards, tuatara, and their extinct relatives. The study of these traditional...
- scales”)) is the largest order of reptiles, comprising lizards, snakes and amphisbaenians (worm lizards), which are collectively known as squamates or scaled...
- Bipes is a genus of amphisbaenians found only in Mexico, the sole living member of the family Bipedidae. Commonly known as ajolotes, they are carnivorous...
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