[ skˈɪŋk], [ skˈɪŋk], [ s_k_ˈɪ_ŋ_k]
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The skink (Lepidosiren punctatus) is a lizard Australian native to the islands of Tasmania and Victoria. The skink is a small, short-bodied species typically measuring 25 to 36 cm in length with a moderately long tail. The color of the skink can vary strikingly, but is usually shades of brown, gray, or black with a yellow or green spot on the side of its head. The skink is a shy and terrestrial lizard that lives in burrows and colonial crevices. It feeds mainly on insects, but will also eat small reptiles and small mammals.
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