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Varanus komodoensis Print E-mail
ImageThe Komodo dragon is the World's most infamous lizard. Not only is it the largest and most aggressive living lizard, but it is also one of the most endangered. Komodo dragons live only in the driest, most remote parts of Indonesia, on the small islands of Komodo Rintja, Gillimontang, Padar and the western tip of Flores.
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Sexing Monitor Lizards Print E-mail
ImageObviously in order to attempt to breed monitor lizards it is necessary to have at least one male and one female. Unfortunately they are notoriously difficult animals to sex.
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Varanus griseus Print E-mail
ImageVaranus griseus is one of the most widespread monitor lizards. It has an enormous range, occurring from the Sahara Desert through the Arabian Peninsula and the deserts of central Asia as far east as northern India. Within this massive area three subspecies are currently recognised, which will be discussed separately.
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The History of Monitor Lizards Print E-mail

 

As the monitors spread across the Earth experiencing different habitats and climates they diversified. Over many millions of years this process has resulted in the emergence of at least seventy or eighty (probably many thousands of) species. Some of them appeared to have died out quickly, whilst other, apparently ancient, species have survived until the present.

 

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Megalania prisca by Iain Curran, 1995

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Bibliography of Monitor Lizards Print E-mail

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Bibliography of Monitor Lizards

Extract from A Little Book of Monitor Lizards © D. Bennett 1995. Viper Press, UK

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English translations of papers marked # are available here >>

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Free Ebook - The truth about Varanus exanthematicus

 Our pet-owners' guide to savannah monitor lizard was the first ever written by people who had studied the animals in the wild and bred them in captivity. You can download the book here.

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Polillo Butaan Project Final Report 1999-2010

Download Polillo Butaan Project Final Report 1999-2010(2MB)
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