General Description

Small, dark brown or grey skinks. Up to 6 cm long (snout-vent).


Gardens Skinks feed on small invertebrates. Females congregate to lay their eggs in communal nests, which can contain more than 200 eggs per nest (up to four eggs per female). There are eleven species across Australia.


Eastern and central mainland Australia and Tasmania.


Range of areas, including suburban gardens.

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