Reptiles and Amphibians Q&A 04

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A juvenile Solomon Island prehensile-tailed skink dies suddenly without displaying signs of illness. During necropsy examination of the carcase, white deposits are found within the pericardial sac and beneath the serosal surfaces of the thoracic portion of the coelomic cavity.

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