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skink

the commonest lizards in the world with over 600 species, all of them in the family Scincidae.
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Cullen Skink is an important dish in Scotland and it is loved by many throughout the world so there is always pressure when cooking it.
1987) Reproduction of the prairie skink, Eumeces septentrionalis, in Nebraska.
A skink is a type of lizard with a cylinder-shaped body, long tail, and smooth, shiny scales.
February 28: "Wild Colors" featuring the Blue Tongued Skink and Pink Toed Tarantula -- March 8: "Spring Forward" featuring the Pacific Tree Frog and Western Toad -- March 14: "Shells" featuring the Western Pond Turtle and Cherry Headed Red Legged Tortoise -- March 21: "Soft and Prickly" featuring the Chinchilla and African Pygmy Hedgehog
The turtles, 13 of which were found dead, and the shingleback skink, a lizard-like reptile endemic to southwest Australia, were discovered during routine screenings on Tuesday, Edwards said.
ABSTRACT--The reproductive ecology of the southeastern five-lined skink (Eumeces inexpectatus Taylor) is poorly known.
This new Burns Supper Pack can also be accompanied by Stahly Quality Foods Cullen Skink Soup and Clootie Dumpling.
For many, a traditional Scottish meal will include a hearty Scotch broth or Cullen Skink.
Presenters transported visitors Down Under in a series of talks about some of the more unusual creatures from Oz within the collection, including bearded dragon, Macleays spectre stick insects, blue-tongued skink and chestnut teals alongside the better-known kangaroos, wallabies and kookaburras.
The three newly discovered species are a strange-looking leaf-tail gecko, a gold-coloured skink - a type of lizard - and a brown-spotted, yellow boulder-dwelling frog, researchers with James Cook University (JCU) said.
Offerings include starters of Cullen Skink smoked haddock chowder, game terrine and baby leek and herb risotto.