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Pair of Slow worms C016 / 9737

Pair of Slow worms C016  /  9737


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Pair of Slow worms C016 / 9737

Pair of Slow worms Anguis fragilis in West Wales

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Media ID 9244045

© SINCLAIR STAMMERS/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Animalia Chordata Evolution Lizards Reptiles Squamata Anguidae Anguis Slow Worms Vertebrata


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This print showcases a remarkable pair of Slow worms, scientifically known as Anguis fragilis, gracefully coiled in the enchanting landscapes of West Wales. As members of the reptile family Anguidae, these legless lizards are a testament to the wonders of evolution and the incredible diversity found within animalia. With their slender bodies and smooth scales, these slow worms embody both elegance and fragility. Belonging to the chordata phylum and vertebrata subphylum, they possess an intricate skeletal structure that allows them to move with astonishing flexibility despite lacking limbs. In this snapshot captured by Sinclair Stammers from Science Photo Library, we witness nature's beauty at its finest. The vibrant colors of their skin harmonize perfectly with their surroundings, blending seamlessly into the lush greenery that envelops them. These elusive creatures play an essential role in maintaining ecological balance by controlling populations of insects and small invertebrates. Their presence is a true testament to biodiversity conservation efforts in preserving delicate ecosystems like those found in West Wales. As we gaze upon this mesmerizing image, let us appreciate not only the aesthetic appeal but also acknowledge how it represents our planet's rich tapestry of life. It serves as a gentle reminder that every species has its place within our interconnected web of existence – reminding us to cherish and protect all forms of wildlife for generations to come.

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