Scientific Name: Lampropholis guichenoti
Description: Shades of brown to grey with copper on head with dark and pale flecks.
Habitat: Often seen under leaves, in long grass and under rocks so that they can watch their prey, they also love hiding in logs where their big predators can’t get them. As all reptiles are cold blooded, you may see them on top of rocks or paths in the morning trying to warm their blood.
About: Feed on larger invertebrates, including cockroaches, earwigs, slugs, small spiders and many other small insects, which makes them a very helpful animal around the garden. When hunting, the skinks will either hide and wait for prey to come by Source: Wikipedia
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