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The species is easily identified by the impressively long tail, which measures twice the length of the head and body.
The Long-tailed Sun Skink occurs in heavily disturbed lowland habitats such as agricultural areas, parklands, roadsides and grassy areas. It is rarely found in dense forest, thus its original habitat was probably forest edge. Spotted in Kaeng Krachan National Park.