The Mole Skink is a kind of skink that lives in the southeastern United States. They live in sandhills and scrub, and like to burrow underground. The maximum length of a Mole Skink is 9-15 centimeters long.
Mole Skinks eat cockroaches, spiders, and crickets. Though it burrows, it hunts on land.
Winter is their mating season. During the spring, in a shallow nest cavity, the females lay 3-7 eggs. They then incubate for 31-51 days.