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Tiger Skink
Eulamprus tigrinus

Tiger Skinks are named for the name comes from the striped pattern along the back and also go by a range of common names, including Yellow-blotched and Rainforest Water Skink. They are rare and occur only in the tropical rainforest of northern Queensland and are up to 8.5 cm from nose to vent.

Tiger Skink

1: Cassowary House, Kuranda, Qld, 10/03/2012.