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Varanus A-Z
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Varanus eremius Print E-mail
ImageThis busy little monitor is one of the most widespread of the pygmy goannas. It lives in desert and semi-desert areas of Western Australia, Northern Territory and South Australia but its occurrence in Queensland is uncertain...
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Varanus dumerilii Print E-mail
ImageDumeril's monitor is a very mysterious animal. It is found in southern parts of Burma, Thailand, Malaysia, Borneo, Sumatra and many smaller neighbouring islands including Natu, Bangka and Bellitung.
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Varanus doreanus Print E-mail
ImageThe rediscovery of the blue-tailed monitor is the latest in an exciting series of discoveries by Wolfgang Bohme and Georg Horn. Described and forgotten, the holotype had been destroyed by a wartime bomb, but the precise description given by Meyer allowed the recent workers to identify it as identical to their new-found species
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Varanus caudolineatus Print E-mail
V.caudolineatus is a small monitor lizard that occurs only in Western Australia. It does not appear to live around the coast, nor on any offshore islands (Storr 1980). Favoured habitats are grasslands, shrublands and woodlands and it appears to inhabit a wide range of Acacia and spinifex dominated habitats...
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Varanus bogerti Print E-mail
Bogert's monitor is usually considered a subspecies of Varanus prasinus but was raised to specific status by Sprackland (1991).
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butanvideo1.jpgA small collection of videos made by the Butaan Project. It took us three years to get the first moving images of wild butaan. Some recordings are made using camcorders tied to trees and triggered by passive infrared monitors, others are made by volunteers from camouflaged hides.
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