Yes it's here seen first time
This adult skink (and several others of the same species) was found in the afternoon under a rock in a meadow during a light rain near the AAROS Research Station of Agumbe in the Western Ghats.
Writhing skinks, genus Lygosoma, are members of the lizard family Scincidae, where they form the type genus of the subfamily Lygosominae. They are primarily found in India, but some occur in nearby regions. The common name refers to the way these stubby-legged animals move, snake-like but slower and more awkward.