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This is a fossil of a snake eating a
lizard eating an insect. The snake
died within 2 days of eating the
lizard, washed into a toxic volcanic
lake, and was rediscovered 48 million
years later, giving us a rare glimpse
into the prehistoric food chain. Source

The lizardĀ (orange), is in the stomach of the snake (white). The insect rests in the stomach of the lizard (blue).

So, following the precedent set by the Turducken, this would be a Sninzard