|Copyright: Ali Erd (alyy) (4)|
|Date Taken: 2009-03-28|
|Camera: Kodak EasyShare Z710|
|Exposure: f/3.1, 1/80 seconds|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2009-04-01 8:39|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Anguis fragilis, or slow worm, slow-worm, slowworm, blindworm or blind worm, is a limbless reptile native to Eurasia.|
Although these lizards are often mistaken for snakes, there are a number of features that differentiate them from snakes. The most important is they have small eyes with eyelids that blink like lizards. This is a feature that is not found in snakes. They may also have visible ears like lizards do, which snakes do not have. They shed their skin in patches like other lizards, rather than the whole skin as most snakes do. Also, the pattern of their ventral scales is totally different from that of snakes.
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- [2009-04-01 10:18]
Hi Alican !
Bazı ilginç renkleri ile güzel bir resim.
Fotoğraf çok iyi redata.Felicitari ilginç.
Hoşgeldiniz TN, iyi şanslar, güzel fotoğraflar, çok puan ve güzel yorumlar için.
Güzel bir akşam,