High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The small-eared skink,
Oligosoma stenotis, is found only on Stewart Island/Rakiura, New
Zealand. It was first described in 1994 by Geoff Patterson and
Charles Daugherty. It is a moderately small (80 mm snout to vent)
skink, that lives in one of the most inhospitable (to lizards)
environments on earth. Skinks are the most diverse group of
lizards. They make up the family Scincidae which shares the
superfamily or infraorder Scincomorpha with several other lizard
families, including Lacertidae (the "true" or wall lizards).
Scincidae is the largest of the lizard families with about 1200
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