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Eastern Glass Lizard

Ophisaurus ventralis

Description:

While snake-like in looks, glass lizards can be told apart by their ear openings and presence of eyelids. This guy was right around 2 feet in length, and shades of brown and tan with faint black stripes going down the sides.

Habitat:

Found on the road in night in coastal dune habitat.

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AshleyT
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AshleyT

North Carolina, USA

Spotted on Jun 16, 2014
Submitted on Jul 16, 2014

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