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Guster.

Gusteri (lat. Lacertilia) su najcesci recentni gmizavci na svetu iz reda ljuskasa (lat. Squamata). Imaju dva para dobro razvijenih udova i rep koji je uvek duzi od ostatka tela. Udovi imaju po pet prstiju sa kandzama. Kod nekih su udovi u razlicitom stepenu redukovani i postoje ostaci ramenskog i karličnog pojasa (po tome se razlikuju od zmija). Izmedju trupa i repa nalazi se poprecno postavljen otvor kloake. Kosmopoliti su sa velikom adaptivnom radijacijom i najvecom brojnoscu u tropskim i suptropskim predelima.
Lepo vreme izmamilo je gustere iz njihovih rupa i zimskog sna.




Lizard.

Lizards (lat. Lacertilia) are the most common recent reptiles in the world from the order Squamata. They have two pairs of well-developed limbs and a tail that is always longer than the rest of the body. The limbs have five clawed fingers. In some, the limbs are reduced to varying degrees and there are remnants of the shoulder and pelvic girdle (they are different from snakes). There is a transverse cloacal opening between the trunk and the tail. They are cosmopolitan with great adaptive radiation and the largest numbers in tropical and subtropical regions.
Nice weather lured the lizards out of their holes and hibernation.

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