Fire Skink (Lepidothyris fernandi)

The African fire skink was first documented in 1836. It inhabits forest and woodland habitat in West Africa, as well as scrub adjoining grasslands—areas that are abundant with hiding spots, rife with leaf litter and rich with insect life. Being opportunistic feeders, fire skinks spend the majority of their time hunting arthropods and small vertebrates. … Continue reading Fire Skink (Lepidothyris fernandi)