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Mating behaviour of speckled lipped skinks

By 6 years ago
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The speckled lipped skink (Mabuya maculilabris) is common in East-Africa near natural water sources. They are beautiful and quite subtly coloured animals. This afternoon we were lucky enough to witness some of their mating behaviour.

Male (left) grabbing some of the female’s skin possibly inducing mating.