Data Suggests Legs and Toes in Ancestor of Living Snakes – New York Times


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Data Suggests Legs and Toes in Ancestor of Living Snakes
New York Times
From the robust boa constrictor to the venomous rattlesnake, all of the more than 3,400 snake species that slither today may have descended from the same prehistoric forest prowler, whose sinuous body had two small hind legs with toes and ankles, …
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