If you guessed this was a snake or a worm, you would be wrong. It’s actually a Mexican mole lizard, a type of legless lizard.
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Scientists spotted this one in San Juanico, Baja California Sur. They dwell underground and aren’t usually seen on the surface. They’re about 9 inches long and have front limbs perfectly suited for digging through soil.
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