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Skinks Gallery

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Choose from 229 pictures in our Skinks collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Centralian Blue Tongue Skink / Lizard Featured Skinks Print

Centralian Blue Tongue Skink / Lizard

DH-3199
Centralian Blue Tongue Skink / Lizard
Edge of Tanami Desert near Lajamanu, Northern Territory, Australia
Tiliqua multifasciata
Somewhat aggressive and when threatened will thrust out its blue tongue and adjust its posture to appear larger and more formidable. Often accompanied by hissing.
Inhabits a range of arid and semi-arid habitats.
Don Hadden
Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

© Don Hadden/ardea.com

Four-fingered shadeskink (Saproscincus tetradactylus) Featured Skinks Print

Four-fingered shadeskink (Saproscincus tetradactylus)

Four-fingered shadeskink (Saproscincus tetradactylus) minute skink that lives in leaf litter in a limited area of northeastern Queensland. Its average length is merely 3.3 cm. Lake Eacham, Crater Lakes National Park, Queensland, Australia

© Robert McLean/AUSCAPE All rights reserved

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Shanghai elegant skink (Plestiodon elegans) Featured Skinks Print

Shanghai elegant skink (Plestiodon elegans)

Shanghai elegant skink (Plestiodon elegans), with startling colours for survival: predators are attracted to the blue-purple tail that breaks off if grabbed. The skink escapes and hides while the predator is left with the vigorously wriggling tail. The skink grows a replacement, with the same colouring but shorter. Senkaku Islands, East China Sea, Japan