Philippine Tree Skink
The Philippine tree skink, also known as the common long-tailed skink, is a small lizard found in the Philippines. It has a slender body and a long tail, which it uses for balance and communication with other skinks. These skinks are arboreal and can be found in trees, bushes, and other vegetation. They are active during the day and feed primarily on insects, but may also eat small vertebrates and fruit. The Philippine tree skink is a popular species among reptile enthusiasts due to its attractive appearance and ease of care in captivity.