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A pink tongue skink (Hemisphaeriodon gerrardii) at the Lowry Park Zoo, Tampa, Florida.

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A Schneider’s skink (Eumeces schneideri schneideri) at the Lowry Park Zoo, Tampa, Florida.

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A Schneider’s skink (Eumeces schneideri schneideri) at the Lowry Park Zoo, Tampa, Florida.

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A Schneider’s skink (Eumeces schneideri schneideri) at the Lowry Park Zoo, Tampa, Florida.

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A Schneider’s skink (Eumeces schneideri schneideri) at the Lowry Park Zoo, Tampa, Florida.

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A Schneider’s skink (Eumeces schneideri schneideri) at the Lowry Park Zoo, Tampa, Florida.

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A Schneider’s skink (Eumeces schneideri schneideri) at the Lowry Park Zoo, Tampa, Florida.

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Solomon Islands ground skink (Eugongylus albofasciolatus) at the Detroit Zoo.

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Solomon Islands ground skink (Eugongylus albofasciolatus) at the Detroit Zoo.

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Solomon Islands ground skink (Eugongylus albofasciolatus) at the Detroit Zoo.

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Solomon Islands ground skink (Eugongylus albofasciolatus) at the Detroit Zoo.

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Solomon Islands ground skink (Eugongylus albofasciolatus) at the Detroit Zoo.

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Solomon Islands ground skink (Eugongylus albofasciolatus) at the Detroit Zoo.

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Solomon Islands ground skink (Eugongylus albofasciolatus) at the Detroit Zoo.

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Solomon Islands ground skink (Eugongylus albofasciolatus) at the Detroit Zoo.

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Solomon Islands ground skink (Eugongylus albofasciolatus) at the Detroit Zoo.

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Schneider’s skink (Eumeces schneideri schneideri) at Scaly Dave’s Herp Shack.

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Schneider’s skink (Eumeces schneideri schneideri) at Scaly Dave’s Herp Shack.

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Schneider’s skink (Eumeces schneideri schneideri) at Scaly Dave’s Herp Shack.

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Schneider’s skink (Eumeces schneideri schneideri) at Scaly Dave’s Herp Shack.

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Schneider’s skink (Eumeces schneideri schneideri) at Scaly Dave’s Herp Shack.

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Schneider’s skink (Eumeces schneideri schneideri) at Scaly Dave’s Herp Shack.

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A crocodile skink (Tribolonotus gracilis) at Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo.

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A crocodile skink (Tribolonotus gracilis) at Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo.

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A sandfish skink (Scincus scincus) at the Safari Land Pet Store.

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A sandfish skink (Scincus scincus) at the Safari Land Pet Store.

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A northern blue-tongued skink (Tiliqua scincoides intermedia) at the Riverside Zoo.

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A northern blue-tongued skink (Tiliqua scincoides intermedia) at the Riverside Zoo.

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A northern blue-tongued skink (Tiliqua scincoides intermedia) at the Riverside Zoo.

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A northern blue-tongued skink (Tiliqua scincoides intermedia) at the Riverside Zoo.

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A northern blue-tongued skink (Tiliqua scincoides intermedia) at the Riverside Zoo.

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Shingleback skink (Tiliqua rugosus) at the Denver Zoo.

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A New Guninea blue-tongued skink (Tiliqua gigas) at the Kansas City Zoo.

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A prehensile tailed skink, Corucia zebritus, at the Sedgwick County Zoo.

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A prehensile tailed skink, Corucia zebritus, at the Sedgwick County Zoo.

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Prehensile tailed skink (Corucia zebritus) at the Sedwick County Zoo.

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