A new home and world first micro-chipping for western spiny-tailed skinks

Two adult spiny-tailed-skink, Wheatbelt, Southwest Australia Ecoregion © WWF/Mike Griffiths

By Jaya | Published April 18, 2012 | Full size is 471 × 351 pixels

Two adult spiny-tailed-skink, Wheatbelt, Southwest Australia Ecoregion © WWF/Mike Griffiths

Close up of 2 baby spiny-tailed skinks Wheatbelt SWAE, © WWF/Mike Griffiths Dismantling the old wood pile. From left to right Tessa Moore, Sue Carter (just behind the post), Hettie Moore, Mick Davis, Mike Griffiths, Brandon Colbung, Natasha Moore, Judd Davis, James Haberfield and Rob Harvey. © WWF/Mike Griffiths

Two adult spiny-tailed-skink, Wheatbelt, Southwest Australia Ecoregion © WWF/Mike Griffiths

Micro-chiping and translocating two adult spiny-tailed skinks in the area of Wyalkatchem. Wheatbelt, Southwest Australia Ecoregion. 4th April 2012. © WWF/Mike Griffiths

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