Sand-lizard



noun
1.
a common lizard, Lacerta agilis, of Europe and central Asia.
2.
any of several lizards, as the fringe-toed lizard, that live in sandy areas.
noun
1.
a small greyish-brown European lizard, Lacerta agilis, that has long clawed digits and, in the male, bright green underparts: family Lacertidae

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