Why are Legless Lizards endangered?
They aren't, I see them everywhere
The obvious answer is that lizards have legs and snakes don't! But then there are legless lizards.... Even these 'legless' lizards however, have the remains of leg stumps visible in their anatomy. Also legless lizards are reasonably small and non-venomous, although some legged lizards are venomous and some small snakes non-venomous, so things get a bit confusing. Probably best to stick with the legs, or traces of them!
The California legless lizard is just one example of many species of legless lizards. They are true lizards. Here is the interesting part: A legless lizard evolved from a certain type of lizard. A snake evolved from a now-extinct 4-legged lizard. They are not closely related to each other, even though they look about the same.
Monitor lizards are a type of lizards characterised by certain morphological features, the most prominent one being its forked tongue. Not all types are endangered, and to say: "Monitor lizards are an endangered species" would be incorrect. While many species of lizards are a part of this monitor category, not all are endangered.
snakes, seals ,legless lizard and everything that lives in water bascially snakes worms Tapeworm, worm, fish, snake, legless lizard, whale, seal, walrus, clam, sponge, sea urchin, anemone, octopus. A few examples of an animal with no legs include snakes, worms, and fish. Worms, snakes, legless lizards.
Yes, lizards have eyelids. For more information on lizards see link below in the related links section. i think you question was do lizards have eyelids and the answer is yes lizards do have eyelids that is how you tell a legless lizard from a snake if you want to see if it is a lizard or a snake then all you have to do is look at their eyes if they have eyelids you…