Common Sun Skink
(Photo credit: Cheryl Chia)
You can often find the Common Sun Skink (Eutropis multifasciata) basking in the sun on the forest edge or along footpaths, or slithering among leaf litter in Singapore’s wooded areas, mangroves and parks. Measuring about 130mm from snout to vent, this shy little reptile moves very quickly.
Learn more about the Common Sun Skink here.
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