Amphisbaena fuliginosa | ©Camila Rodriguez (San Martín, Meta, Colombia)
Resembling a worm, this animal is actually a lizard, one without legs and highly reduced eyes. This species is Amphisbaena fuliginosa (Squamata - Amphisbaenidae) and it is commonly named Speckled Worm Lizard, Black-and-white worm lizard and Spotted worm lizard, in English, or Lagarto gusano moteado and Tatacoa colombiana in Spanish.
Amphisbaenians are burrowing reptiles, poorly known ecologically because of their fossorial habits.
Amphisbaena fuliginosa is a South American species distributed in Colombia, Venezuela, Guyana, Suriname, French Guiana, and Trinidad and Tobago . In 2007, it was recorded from the Cerrado biome, Brazil  . In the Caribbean islands of Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, the Speckled Worm Lizard has been reported as introduced species .
… It’s a snake.
It’s just a snake.