Got burnt af after these photos were taken
This is a sciency thing I've been curious about, and your'e the only person that I know to ask. Why are there so many more big (over 9') snake species than there are lizards? It's common to see snake species that get 7'-12' but 5' is considered large for most lizards, and I've never heard of any lizards over 10' long. So what kept us from getting the lizard equivalent of rectics and burms? Thank you!