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Synonyms for skink

alert agile lizard with reduced limbs and an elongated body covered with shiny scales

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Alex Grahame - co-owner of Hornblower's seafood restaurant and takeaway in Gourdon, Aberdeenshire - scooped the title after impressing judges with his own unique take on the traditional dish at the Cullen Skink World Championships in Moray.
Dine on Cullen Skink, haggis and Clapshot, a roast rib of Aberdeen Angus and "Scotsmisu", rounded off with a pot of coffee, and a special Burns Night-themed quiz.
Distribution of the Northern Prairie Skink coincides with tallgrass prairies in the Great Plains, and these skinks occur primarily in the eastern third of Nebraska, especially along major rivers (Ballinger et al.
Watson (2004) indicated that these resource deficits affect the recovery of Scincella lateralis, a small skink that directly depends on both leaf litter and associated invertebrate fauna.
The school's menagerie includes veiled chameleons, panther chameleons, high casgue chameleons, tiger crested geckos chinchillas, hamsters, hosefield tortoises, leopard geckos, day geckos, chickens, berber skink, locusts, crickets and giant chongololos (millipedes)
One day, a friend was sitting on my sofa when a skink crawled onto his lap.
The threatened scrub jay--Florida's only endemic bird--finds shelter amid the brambly brush; the threatened sand skink swims through the sand out of sight like a legless lizard; the gopher tortoise digs a burrow that may be used by up to 300 other species; and the extremely rare yellow-blooming Avon Park harebell clusters in the three lone populations left in the world.
Little Skink eludes danger from a hungry crow and makes a narrow escape with the snap of her tail in this entertaining picture book.
23 /PRNewswire/ -- New shades of wild, in the form of a Blue Tongued Skink and a Pink Toed Tarantula, will be previewed at Aquarium of the Bay's "Wild Colors: Invasion of the Land Animals" event on Saturday, February 28 from 1-3pm.
Ethan Foust-Tsui, 6 (above), gets a face-to-face visit from a Blue Tongue Skink, one of many reptiles to visit the Springfield Public Library on Tuesday afternoon.
A blue tongued skink lizard carried their rings on a ribbon around its neck.
This nocturnal predator has the potential to drive all of the Marianas' terrestrial wildlife species to extinction, including all 14 species of endemic forest birds, one endemic freshwater bird (Mariana common moorhen), two endemic mammals (Mariana fruit bat and sheath-tailed bat), two native geckos (Micronesian gecko and rock gecko), and one endemic skink (tide-pool skink).
The color-changing chameleon, the masterfully camouflaged gecko, the brown common skink, and the larger, technicolored, blue-tailed skink are the most common varieties.
maculosus), Eastern Slender Glass Lizard (Ophisaurus attenuatus longicaudus), Southeastern Five-lined Skink (Eumeces inexpectatus), Broad-headed Skink (Eumeces laticeps), Eastern Six-lined Racerunner (Aspidoscelis sexlineata sexlineata), Northern Scarlet Snake (Cemophora coccinea copei), Red Cornsnake (Elaphe guttata), Milksnake (Lampropeltis triangulum), Southeastern Crowned Snake (Tantilla coronata), Eastern Hog-nosed Snake (Heterodon platirhinos), Eastern River Cooter (Pseudemys c.