Listening to the blood circulate through the skink’s body.
Our class had a visitor from the Berkshire Museum. John from the aquarium brought in the blue-tongued skink.
The blue-tongued skinks are omnivores. In the wild their diet consists of bugs, snails, ants and whatever else they can find. They also eat plants. Blue- tongue skinks are reptiles. They maintain body temperature by using their environment. They sleep with their eyes closed and breaths air in through lungs.