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Shingleback Skink

Shingleback Skink

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Caption

The tail of the Shingleback Skink, Tiliqua rugosus, resembles its head, thus confusing predators. It is a widespread species throughout a large portion of southern Australia. This skink delivers its large young alive and adults often form long-lasting pair bonds. CC.

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