Tuesday, May 29, 2007

New Limbless Lizard Discovered in India


Indian Sepsophis Limbless Lizard Indian scientists found a new species of limbless lizard which is said to belong to the genus Sepsophis in the forested area of Khandadhar near Raurkela in Orissa state, about 1125 kilometers southeast of New Delhi. Days ago we had a post on a glass lizard which was also limbless but found in China's Jiangsu Province, I don't understand why scientist claimed "It is not found anywhere else in the world", though I do agree that their newly-found Indian lizard is an important discovery. Source: SFgate via Sn

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