Viviparous lizard video

This video says about itself:

In August 2011, The Sticky Tongue Project team went in search of the Viviparous lizard (Zootoca vivipara), also known as the Common lizard, in Southern Limburg, The Netherlands.

This very small and very quick lizard actually lives farther north than any other reptile species, with its range extending throughout Europe and Asia, and even north of the Arctic Circle. This can be a locally abundant species. Unfortunately, populations have locally declined in parts of its range, including The Netherlands. The lowland populations in Italy are almost extinct.

You can read more here.

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