One individual found in backyard, chased by feral cats (hence lack of tail.)
Newt ? Salamander? I don't know much about these.
Appeared tired from the flood. Water was almost up to this trail, and had crested well above it.
This skink was found at 4:28 PM in Cookeville, TN. it is found in the Southeastern United States. The Little Brown Skink is a primary, secondary, and tertiary consumer and therefore a carnivore becuase eats insects, arachnids, and other arthropoda. They are eaten by snakes and birds.
The Little Brown Skink (Scincella lateralis), also known as the Ground Skink (which may refer to any Scincella species however), is a small species of skink found throughout much of the eastern half of the United States, and into northern Mexico.