73 degrees F.
A Slender Glass Lizard.
Often mistaken for a snake, these are actually lizards that have secondarily lost their legs (well, I guess snakes did too).
If you compare the face of this lizard to another lizard versus a snake, the difference is very noticeable.
They get their name "Glass Lizard" because they can, and will, break their tails off at the slightest stress, like they're "made of glass."
Slender Glass Lizard?
Caught it on pawleys island, SC as it was get attack by a northern mocking bird and a gang of house sparrows. Northern mocking bird had the detached tail as a approach then dropped it as it flew away. Recovered to take an accurate measurement.
The slender glass lizard, (Ophisaurus attenuatus) is a legless lizard which can attain a length of up to 1 metre. Two subspecies are recognised.