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    Five Facts about Savannah Monitors

    1. It is estimated that 90% of savannah montor lizards do not survive their first year of captivity.

    2. The USA is by far the biggest importer of savannah monitors

    3. Savannah monitor lizards are one of the commonest dumped/unwanted pets according to animal rescue centers

    4. It is estimated that less than 0.003% of the savannah monitors exported into the USA reproduced in captivity

    5. Savannah monitor lizards are all wild caught, either as babies, eggs or as gravid adult females

     

    Five Myths about Savannah Monitors

    1. Wild savannah monitors are highly opportunistic scavengers a bit like vultures

    2. Savannah monitors come from dry places

    3. Savannah monitors are undemanding in captivity

    4. Savannah monitors are hardy and easy to keep

    5. Savannah monitors are ideal for beginners
     
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Savannah Monitor Book

 

Our pet-owners' guide to savannah monitor lizard is the first ever written by people who have studied the animals in the wild and bred them in captivity. There are at least seven books in print about the savannah monitor, but we think this is the only one worth reading! Last few available 

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Videos from the Butaan Project
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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