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User: rosycorn (see all of rosycorn's photos)
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Date: 03/27/07
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rezeul

Registered: 01/2007
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i have a qeustion why do they call it a glass lizard when it is more like a snake?
08-02-2007 06:23PM View rezeul's Profile  

RosyCorn

Registered: 04/2006
Location: Manhattan, Kansas
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I'm a veterinary student at Kansas State University, looking to go into zoological medicine. I'm originally from Baltimore, though, so don't blame me for anything you hear about Kansans!

Because, evolution-wise, they're lizards who've lost their legs in recent times. They're different from snakes in many ways, like having blinkable eyelids, external ear openings, etc.
08-02-2007 07:30PM View RosyCorn's Profile View RosyCorn's Gallery