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Blindworm of slow-worm Looking for beetles that day, didn't expect to see this one. Anguis fragilis,Geotagged,Netherlands,Slow worm Click/tap to enlarge Promoted

Blindworm of slow-worm

Looking for beetles that day, didn't expect to see this one.

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  1. Jackpot strikes once more :) Posted 2 months ago
    1. the luck factor is about 75 % Ferdy. Posted 2 months ago
      1. I don't entirely agree, I think luck comes from effort. You put in the effort of making a lot of field time, and that brings results. Yes, luck can be involved, but effort is decisive.

        So when I nickname you as lucky, I don't actually mean it. I highly respect the effort you put in.
        Posted 2 months ago
        1. I agree with Ferdy! Your photos are gorgeous, which is a product of more than luck, but requires passion, interest, talent, time, and effort. Calling it mostly luck cheapens your talent, and you are certainly very talented! I truly enjoy seeing your photos! Posted 2 months ago

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''Anguis fragilis'', or slow worm, slow-worm or slowworm, is a limbless reptile native to Eurasia. It is also sometimes referred to as the blindworm or blind worm, though the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds considers this to be incorrect.

Similar species: Scaled Reptiles
Species identified by Paul Dirksen
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By Paul Dirksen

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Uploaded Mar 22, 2020. Captured in Leersumsestraatweg 4, 3941 MP Doorn, Netherlands.