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Cunningham's Rock Skink
Viviparous (live bearing). Produces 6 or more live young. Prefers to live communally. Active by day. Life span up to 20 years.
Prominent spiny keel on each back scale, especially on the tail.
Stretches from south-eastern Queensland, through New South Wales and into Victoria, mainly on the slopes of the Dividing Range. An isolated population exists in the Mt Lofty Ranges of South Australia.
Source: Atlas of Living Australia