Are Skinks Poisonous?


Blue tailed skinks, a class of lizard usually found in the eastern part of the US, are not poisonous. The tail of the lizard is blue to warn off larger predators, and it will bite if provoked, but it's bite won't do much more than cause physical pain.
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There is only 1 skink that i know of that is poisonous it is called the shingle back and is found in the outback deserts of australia.
no skinks are posionous : the only venomous lizards are the beaded lizard and the gila monster (and the komodo dragon, but i'm not sure whether or not thats bacteria or venom, but
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No, skinks are not poisonous in the sense that they will bite and inject poison. However, a certain species known as the blue tailed skink has a tail that is venomous if digested.
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