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Breeding
Female Legless Lizards are sexually mature between two and three years of age. An unusual trait among this species is that half of the population are egg layers, and the other half bear live young. For egg layers during the breeding season, which begins in the late spring, females lay anywhere from six to ten soft shelled white eggs in a damp region. During the incubation period, females usually watch over the eggs. The incubation lasts about six weeks. Once the babies are born, the female leaves forcing the young to hunt on their own.


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