Sundevalls Writhing Skink [Mochlus sundevalli]
The skink has a small brown to grey body, it has a black dot on the end of each scale, its belly is a nice creamy white and the tail could be speckled underneath.
They eat small invertebrates like snails and earthworms.
They are found in the northern part of the country and to the north of southern Angola and Somalia.
They lay 2-6 soft-shelled eggs underground, mainly in old termitaria.