Land Mullet Skink
Land Mullet Skink is a species of Australian lizards that are normally reported to be of a very shy nature. However, in some well-known National Parks, they have been seen to have become habituated with humans, scavenging close to them for scraps and leftover foods at picnic and camping sites.
|Scientific Name||Bellatorias major|
|Length/Size||Up to 60 cm (23.6 inches)|
|Body Coloration||Glossy black scales on the dorsal side and dull yellowish brown on the ventral|
|Habitat||Restricted to the rainforest|
|Diet/Food||Woody fungi, mushrooms, berries, seeds, insects including beetles and grasshoppers, as also decaying fruit material|
|Clutch Size||4 to 9 live young|
|Mode of Reproduction||Viviparous|
|IUCN Conservation Status||Least Concern|
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Published on January 12th 2019 by staff under Skinks. Article was last reviewed on 10th January 2019.
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