legless lizard and a snake? Can they mate? Can a lizard mate with a snake and, if so, will the offspring have legs or no legs? Lids or no lids?

Need this info for my HS science project.
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PS
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legless lizard and a snake? Can they mate? Can a lizard mate with a snake and, if so, will the offspring have legs or no legs? Lids or no lids?

They can no more mate than a dog and cat can.
legless lizard and a snake? Can they mate? Can a ... the offspring have legs or no legs? Lids orno lids?

Legless lizards have eyelids, ears and legs that have been shortened via evolution.
legless lizard and a snake? Can they mate? Can a lizard mate with a snake and, if so, will the offspring have legs or no legs? Lids or no lids? Need this info for my HS science project.

I'd suggest using Google or perhaps an encyclopedia and doing your own research.
legless lizard and a snake? Can they mate? Can a ... no lids? Need this info for my HS science project.

I'd suggest using Google or perhaps an encyclopedia and doing your own research.

Thanks Jeremy and thanks Chris! No thanks to that snotty girl
snoty? that's the silliest questions i've heard! snakes and lizards! what would happen to the world if that were true? why a legless? does that mean it's more closely related to a snake?
what about a hairless cat and a seal? oh, what about a snake and a slender salamander?
don't put her down because you can't research. i first thought the question was a joke.
i do know how ever, a man that has jackolope in his office...genra can't cross breed, different
species can't breed either except in the forced climate of ignorance for example the king-corn
or the blood ball python etc. but each is from their own genra. leggless are not even close to
snakes in the tree...but then again maybe you're making a dragon!!! lol
I'd suggest using Google or perhaps an encyclopedia and doing your own research.

Thanks Jeremy and thanks Chris! No thanks to that snotty girl

None expected, dear.
Be responsible, do your own legwork.
Thanks Jeremy and thanks Chris! No thanks to that snotty girl

None expected, dear. Be responsible, do your own legwork.

"legwork"? LOL! Clever. :-)

Robert J. Salvi, Ambiance Acoustics
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SP - I liked your post, but I have a very minor nitpick: genera can in fact cross breed. Ever heard of a Liger or a Tion? Tigers are in the genus Panthera, which Lions are in the genus Leo. 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.
Of course, cross-genera breeding is less an issue of the animals doing something odd and more an issue of our inability to capture the complex and changing relationships of living organisms with a simplistic and rigid taxonomic system.
I'd personally like to breed an armadillo and a turtle, just to see what would come out. I think I'd call it an armaditle. Emotion: wink

-M
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