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The terror skink (Phoboscincus bocourti) is a species of skink endemic to the Île des Pins (Isle of Pines) in New Caledonia. It is about 50 centimetres (20 in) long, making it the third largest reptilian predator on the island, the others being a prehistorically extinct land-going crocodile and goanna.

The terror skink (Phoboscincus bocourti) is a species of skink endemic to the Île des Pins (Isle of Pines) in New Caledonia. It is about 50 centimetres (20 in) long, making it the third largest reptilian predator on the island, the others being a prehistorically extinct land-going crocodile and goanna.

Blue-tailed, four-tailed or Hong Kong skink, Eumeces quadrilineatus

Blue-tailed, four-tailed or Hong Kong skink, Eumeces quadrilineatus

Andros Island Iguana...and who said that dinosaurs are extinct?

Andros Island Iguana...and who said that dinosaurs are extinct?

Male Gonatodes ocellatus. Native to Trinidad and Tabago and a few of the surrounding islands. As such I'd label as "endangered" or "at risk"

Male Gonatodes ocellatus. Native to Trinidad and Tabago and a few of the surrounding islands. As such I'd label as "endangered" or "at risk"

Green Thornytail Iguana (Uracentron azureum) a species of lizard from the Amazon Rainforests

Green Thornytail Iguana (Uracentron azureum) a species of lizard from the Amazon Rainforests

Photograph Green anole lizard by Nicolas Dory on 500px

Photograph Green anole lizard by Nicolas Dory on 500px

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