North American glass lizard, video


In this video from Canada, a relative of the Dutch slow worm.

The video says about itself:

ARC #18: Hidden Biodiversity – Glass Lizards

“One of the fascinating features of amphibians and reptiles is the diversity of life forms they represent. The legless lizards are among the more unusual.”

“The great outdoors is the foundation of all life on Earth, including yours.”

Episode 18 of a year-long 24 episode education-outreach video series starring Whit Gibbons (Herpetologist and Author), produced in cooperation with The Amphibian and Reptile Conservancy.

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