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Australian Wildlife

Australian Skinks



FAMILY : Skinks

Common Blue Tongue
(Tiliqua scincoides)
Common Blue Tongue
The Blue-tongue lizard is a large skink about 30-40cm long. It is brown and black blotched on a cream body with usually a dark band behind the eyes. They are easily recognised by their bright blue tongue Click to continue>
Northern Blue-tongue
(Tiliqua scincoides intermedia)
Northern Blue-tongue
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Shingleback
(Tiliqua rugosa)
Shingleback
The Shingle-back is a slow moving stocky lizard with short logs, short stumpy tail and blue tongue. Click to continue>
Western Blue-tongue Lizard
(Tiliqua occipitalis)
Western Blue-tongue Lizard
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