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IN Animals ON 10 Aug, 2016
A weird breed of the reptile family was recently found in Australia. It looks like a snake since it belongs to the reptile clan, but it's actually a yellow-bellied three-toed skink. We thought it was a genetically mutated snake that had small arms on it, but it's a whole different breed of reptile altogether.
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Don't go on its adorable looks, it promises so much more.
It keeps evolving the characteristics and also changes the way it reproduces every time.
The skinks live on the coast and lay eggs to reproduce. But some skinks from the same breed have migrated towards the Inland and are now producing live babies.
Nearly 20% of reptile species are going from laying eggs to giving live births. Many breeds of snakes and lizards are producing live babies now.
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