Bipes biporus is a species of lizard found in the deserts of Mexico and the southwestern United States. It is a small lizard, typically measuring between 4 and 6 inches in length. It is characterized by its two-toed feet, which give it its name. It is a light brown color with darker brown spots and stripes. It is a nocturnal species, living in burrows and crevices during the day and coming out at night to feed on insects. Its lifespan is typically between 5 and 7 years. Its current population is stable, though it is threatened by habitat destruction.
Name Origin: Bipes biporus is a species of amphibian native to Central and South America. The name Bipes biporus is derived from the Latin words "bipes" meaning "two feet" and "biporus" meaning "two-footed". This is in reference to the species' two pairs of feet, which are used for both swimming and walking.
Related Species: Bipes canaliculatus, Bipes tridactylus