Darwin's Worm Lizard ( Amphisbaena Darwini ) - Stock Image

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Close-up of the head of the Darwin's Worm Lizard showing scalation ( Amphisbaena Darwini )

I was extremely lucky to find this fascinating animal . Not only because they are rare but they spend most of their time underground . In ant tunnels

Although it's called a blind lizard amphisbaenae are actually in a suborder of reptiles seperate from both lizards and snakes ( Amphisbaenia )

Location : General Belgrano , Provincia de Buenos Aires , Argentina
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