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Or, how about an armadurtle?
I've also seen a Carpondro, which is a Chondropython viridis x Morelia spilota. I'm sure there are many other examples out there that just aren't popping into my head right now.

Corn/king crosses are not unheard of.
Chris McMartin kirjutas:
I've also seen a Carpondro, which is a Chondropython viridis ... there that just aren't popping into my head right now.

Corn/king crosses are not unheard of.

Corn & King crosses are not very uncommon but they are at least both snakes. Legless lizard is a lizard and a snake is a snake.

And other thing, Chondropython viridis is actually Morelia Viridis nowadays.
You can read about taxonomy here:
http://www.embl-heidelberg.de/~uetz/LivingReptiles.html
And other thing, Chondropython viridis is actually Morelia Viridis nowadays

As it has been before, and then changed and changed back and will probably change again.
My response was directed to skinnypuppy who mentioned that different genera can't breed, and my point was that the taxonomic names we give to things often have very little whatsoever to do with actual biological divisions. If animals were in reality divided into the tidy little taxonomic groups we artificially place them into we wouldn't have to reassign taxonomic groups every 15 minutes. What genus WE have assigned a species to makes no difference to the animals involved at all, and they will continue to breed with whomever they can, despite our adamance that they can't or shouldn't.