Four New Legless Lizard Species Identified in California

Nature World News: Four new species of legless lizards have been found in unlikely habitats in California. The snake-like creatures were discovered on the end of an airport runway, at the edge of the Mojave desert, a vacant lot in Bakersfield and on an oil derrick. The discovery raises the number of legless lizard species known in California from one to five. "This shows that there is a lot of undocumented biodiversity within California," said Theodore Papenfuss, a herpetologist, with University of California,......

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