Nope. If they did, we’d call them lizards! In all seriousness, however, one of the deciding factors now in naming a species is to set qualifiers on what constitutes a certain type of animal. So, even if we found a snake that had legs, it would be classified as something else, because one of the qualifiers of being a snake is to have no legs. There are fossils however, which show that there were possibly snake-like creatures with legs at some point.
Even though there aren’t any snakes with legs, there are legless lizards. The glass lizard is one of them. Like other lizards, they can break off their tail when in danger. Another thing that sets them apart from snakes is their moveable eyes.
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