Centralian Ranges Rock-skink
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White's Skink, White's Rock-skink
Viviparous (live young). Females give birth to between 2 and 6 live young. Gregarious, meaning living in small groups. Long-lived with a lifespan of up to 8 years. Moult 3 to 5 times a year.
May have distinctive stripes and spots.
Found in cool, temperate areas from southern Queensland to the Eyre Peninsula in South Australia as well as Tasmania.
Source: Atlas of Living Australia
A very slow growing species. Threatened by removal of rocks from its habitat and feral cats.
Omnivore. Invertebrates including ants, spiders and millipedes. Occasionally plant material.
Widely distributed throughout Victoria in rocky areas. Lives in burrows under rocks.
Native to Australia