Tiliqua gigas appears to be an omnivorous scavenger (Gorseman 1998, Dennert 2004). Its large size among skinks may be correlated with a higher degree of herbivory than is typical of smaller skinks (Greer 2001). It is especially active in agricultural regions, where it is commonly found in piles of garbage, especially those containing coconut husks. It also likes snails and may eat arthropods, smaller lizards, and occasionally carrion (Gorseman 1998).
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