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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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The Skink will take about two years to reach maturity and it will be some time before its sex is known.
Clockwise from main: Baby animals born at Chester Zoo this year include a dik-dik, black rhino, a skink and andean bear PICTURES: CHESTER ZOO
MP Simon Clarke with Sophie Piggins, Tom Allen and Simon the skink
Four reptiles were recorded in one reserve: Bougainville's Skink Lerista bougainvillii, Eastern Three-lined Skink Acritoscincus duperreyi, Southern Water Skink Eulamprus tympanum and White-lipped Snake Drysdalia coronoides.
bid=31) According to Hiaasen's official website, this book is about a missing girl named Malley and how his cousin Richard will look for her, along with Wild Skink, an ex-governor of Florida who only has one eye.
He first encounters Skink when he is waiting for Malley on the beach that night.
The researchers found three new species, including a leaf-tailed gecko, a golden-coloured skink, and a boulder-dwelling frog, that were previously unknown to science.
It included a bizarre looking leaf-tail gecko, a golden-coloured skink and a boulder-dwelling frog, none of them ever seen before.
Stewie the Blue is a special skink with a beautiful blue tail.
The meal will begin with Cullen Skink - smoked haddock and potato soup - before the piper recites Robbie Burns's eight verse poem Address to a Haggis.
Cullen Skink is a soup made of potatoes and which fish?
A) flying gecko (B) blue-tailed skink (C) basilisk (D) thorny devil