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Monitor Lizard Classification

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Dictionary - Definition of Monitor Lizard monitor (lizard) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia Monitor lizard - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Monitor lizard - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Since this last summary and update of varanid taxonomy, even more new and spectacular discoveries of big-growing monitor lizard species have been made.
amazing reptiles
Large monitor lizards include carrion in their diet and are often observed on the side ..
Bosc Monitors
(Varanus exanthematicus) is one of the most commonly kept monitor lizards.
Conservation of lizards in West Coast/Tai Poutini Conservancy
Management actionsôUndertake detailed habitat assessments at key sites and for important lizard species.
Apr 9, 2011 in monitor lizards and the advancement of varanid research. Membership ..

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Monitor lizard - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mertens' Water Monitor (Varanus mertensi) seen at the Australia Zoo V.
Komodo dragon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
malayan water monitor lizard (varanus salvator): info fact sheet, photos
China Sea. Classification: Family Varanidae, Suborder Sauria, Order Squamata. They also eat birds, rodents, small mouse deer, even other monitor lizards.
Lizard Classifications, Families
The monitor family consists of: one genera and about 30 species.
Monitor lizard - New World Encyclopedia
Classification. A monitor lizard seen at the Australia Zoo.

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