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The Eastern Water Skink, Eastern Water-skink, or Golden Water Skink (Eulamprus quoyii) is a species of diurnal Scincidae that occurs in Australia, primarily in the southeast.


The Eastern water skink is usually found close to or on the shore of slow flowing creeks and estuaries, hence its name. Although, the Eastern water skink is not restricted to areas near freshwater, it is frequently found in somewhat dry environments, including sandstone outcroppings and savanna. The distribution of the Eastern Water Skink ranges from southern Victoria to central Queensland.


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