Little Skinks Tail by Janet HalfmannWhile Little Skink hunts yummy ants for breakfast, she is suddenly attacked by a crow! But she has a trick to escape - she snaps off her tail, and it keeps on wiggling! Little Skink is happy to be alive, but she misses her bright blue tail. Readers will enjoy pretending with her, trying on tail after tail. The first is too puffy-fluffy, and another too stinky! Then one day Little Skink gets a big surprise...and she doesnt have to dream of tails anymore. The -For Creative Minds- section has information on tail adaptations and communications and a mix-and-match tail activity.
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By Julian Robinson for MailOnline. A reclusive skink lizard has been pictured alive for the first ever time by an amateur wildlife photographer. The rare reptile looks more like a snake, but on closer inspection it actually has four tiny legs that make it a type of lizard. It also has a notched tongue rather than the forked tongue of a snake. Sjoerd van Berge Henegouwen, 48, was visiting the Masai Mara in Kenya when a ranger pointed out what he thought was a snake by the side of the road. Rare: A reclusive skink lizard has been pictured alive for the first ever time by an amateur wildlife photographer.
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Often called the "blue-tailed" skink, this is Missouri's most common skink.
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The western skink Plestiodon skiltonianus is a species of small, smooth- scaled lizard with relatively small limbs. It is one of five species of lizards in Canada. They spend much of their day basking in the sun. Their diet ranges widely, including spiders and beetles. Western skinks will bite if grasped and will flee if they feel threatened.