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Sand lizard is distributed across most of Europe and eastwards to Mongolia. It is a sexually-dimorphic legged lizard. In northwest Europe, both sexes are characterized by lateral and dorsal strips of eye-shaped markings, dark patches with pale centers. They are mostly common in Poland, Czech Republic and countries around that area.
Found this guy in the garden of my grandma house in the forest near the city.