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  1. On the biology of the giant Indonesian monitor lizard (Varanus komodoensis Ouwens) (Smithsonian herpetological information services) by I. S Darevskiĭ, 1965
  3. Bats and Monitor Lizards on Negros and Panay, Philippines: The Final Report of the University of Aberdeen Expedition to Western Visayas, 1996 by Daniel Bennett, 1997-12
  4. Giant Lizard
  5. Australian Goannas by Matt Vincent, Steve Wilson, 2000-09
  6. The Little Mongrel: A Weekend Adventure in the Australian Outback (Aboriginal Cultural Education Series) by Kado Muir, 2010-10-16
  7. Wicked Dead: Prey by Stefan Petrucha, Thomas Pendleton, 2008-09-01
  8. Prey (Wicked Dead) by Stefan Petrucha, Thomas Pendleton, 2008-10-04
  9. The Guide to Owning a Bearded Dragon by David Zoffer, Tom Mazorlig, 1997-12
  10. Ora by Richard Rizun, 2004-04-23
  11. Bearded Dragons (Reptile Basics) by Richard Bartlett, Patricia Bartlett, 1999-10-01
  12. The Brain Stem in a Lizard, Varanus Exanthematicus (Advances in Anatomy, Embryology and Cell Biology)
  13. The Guide to Owning Savannah Monitors by John Coborn, 1995-03

61. Monitor Lizards
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62. Pictures, Photographs And Photos Of Bengal Monitor Lizards - Acclaim Stock Photo
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63. Moniter Lizards, Geckos & Poison Dart Frogs For Sale
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Monitor Lizards Timor monitor lizard, V. timorensis Argus monitor lizard, V. panoptes Yellow Ridgetail Monitor, V. acanthurus Argus monitor lizard, V. panoptes This is an energetic lizard with a high metabolism. At least a six foot cage will be required by two years of age for this lizard. My adults are about 32 inches but they are very active, and they like to eat! This is a great lizard for those of you who can keep your animals outside for part of the year. I have two clutches of these hatching this fall, starting in October. Photos Patrick Nabors $195.00/ea Click here for information about breeding Argus Monitors. Timor monitor lizard, V. timorensis These lizards were one of my first breeding successes, and I have produced them annually since 1994. This monitor is only about three and a half inches long when it hatches, and they are lots of fun to watch as they hunt crickets! Although somewhat shyer than the Australian monitors, if you are willing to work with them they settle down and are fairly calm, especially as adults. My adults are about twenty two inches and weigh around a half a pound. There are several different dwarf Indonesian monitors, and there is a good bit of confusion on the subject of their identification. The type of Timor that I am working with was most commonly imported in the early 90's. They are a reddish brown to brown on the back, and a pale yellow underneath. The back is spotted with nice rosettes until the animals reach about one year of age, when the pattern in many animals starts to break up.

64. Tabin Skinks, Monitor Lizards Crocodiles
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65. Where My Monitor Lizards, Other Iguana -
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66. Christina Nealson: Monitor Lizards On The Riverside
Christina Nealson's Photo Exhibit monitor lizards on the Riverside.
Christina Nealson's Photo Exhibit: Monitor Lizards on the Riverside Christina Nealson's Home Page My Words: Books, Articles Women's Handgun Instruction Photo Exhibit Last Updated 23 Jan 2002

67. Pet Lizards Eat Dead Owner
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... Charities Thursday, January 17, 2002 Pet lizards eat dead owner By RANDALL CHASE The Associated Press Animal control officers John Saville and Cheryl Jackson show a 6-foot-long Nile Monitor lizard at the Delaware Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals in Wilmington, Del., Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2002. (AP Photo/The News Journal, Bob Herbert) DOVER, Del. (AP) Several flesh-eating pet lizards were found feasting on the corpse of their owner in his apartment, police said. Police were called to Ronald Huff's apartment in Newark, Del., on Wednesday after a relative became worried because Huff failed to show up for work, investigators said. Officers found Huff's body on the floor, with his pet Nile monitor lizards feeding on his flesh. The state medical examiner is investigating the cause of death.

68. Malayan Water Monitor Lizard (varanus Salvator): Info Fact Sheet, Photos
They also eat birds, rodents, small mouse deer, even other monitor lizards. Theyare particularly fond of carrion. Water monitor lizards are highly mobile.
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Asian/Water/Common Water Monitor, Two-banded Monitor, Rice/Ring/Plain/No-Mark Lizard
Among the largest lizards in the world, Malayan Water Monitors can survive in habitats that wouldn't be able to support other large carnivores. Mangrove and wetland wildlife at Sungei Buloh Nature Park Main features: Large greyish lizards, adults grow to over 2m long and weigh up to 25kg. Males are larger than females. Juveniles are more colourful. Status in Singapore: Quite common, particularly in habitats near water. World distribution: Asian subcontinent from India (and Sri Lanka) to China, down Southeast Asia to Indonesia, the Philippines, New Guinea islands in the Indian Ocean and South China Sea. Classification: Family Varanidae, Suborder Sauria, Order Squamata.

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This page is about my favorite animal, monitor lizards! Bandy, my baby SavannahMonitor (Varanus exanthematicus). My Reptile History. Why monitor lizards
This page is about my favorite animal, Monitor Lizards! Bandy , my baby Savannah Monitor (Varanus exanthematicus) My Anabel White Throated Monitor (Varanus albigularis albigularis) Jezebel , my Ionidesi White Throated Monitor recently passed away :( Pictures of my "kids", and other peoples! My Reptile History Why Monitor Lizards Neurological Problem in Monitor Lizards. How to Feed a Monitor Lizard :) Monitor Lizard Links! My Daily Crap Page: Who is this chick My friends! The Muskie Pages.... for those who dare! Send me some mail and let me know you were here! See if I'm on PowWow and chat with me!!. PowWow must be running!!! Don't have PowWow? Get it HERE!!!! You are visitor # to this page This page was created using WEB Wizard Version 1.2

70. The History Of Monitor Lizards
Themes Science Paleontology / Paleozoology Paleozoology Fossilvertebrata The History of monitor lizards. by Daniel Bennett
Themes Science Paleontology / Paleozoology Paleozoology ... Fossil vertebrata The History of Monitor Lizards
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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. Many monitor lizards appear to have evolved comparatively recently. It would be nice to know where the monitor lizards first came from, what the early species looked like, how they behaved and why they died out. According to the available evidence monitor lizards and their close relatives the heloderms (Gila lizards) and lanthonotids (earless monitors) probably originated in northern Asia at least 90 million years ago (Pregill et al 1986). At this time the reign of the dinosaurs was coming to an end and flowers had begun to cover the Earth. The oldest monitor lizards known are from Mongolia: Telmasaurus grangeri, Saniwides mongoliensis and Estesia mongoliensis. All of them must have been quite similar to modern monitor lizards in appearance, but the latter possessed grooved teeth which probably transmitted venom in the same manner as modern-day Gila monsters (Pregill et al 1986, Norell et al 1992). The exact relationship between these lizards and the modern heloderms and varanids is not clear.

71. ReptileTopSites - English Version
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exclusively varanus salvator Baardagamen baardagamen in fo communitie De Baardagaam Nerderlands baardagaam forum The Monitor FAQ Information regarding the care of monitor lizards in captivity. Includes the Advanced Monitor Keepers Forum. Varanus Photo Album Photos and Care Info on Varanids * * * * * * Everything about small monitor - lizards in captivity. Informations, Caresheets aso. Varanus prasinus, Varanus caudolineatus, Varanus tristis, Varanus gilleni, Varanus acanthurus and more. Picture Gallery. Last Update: 23.03.03 Bawaa Herps Captive Breeder specializing in the Gouldii, Abigularis, and various other Varanus species

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73. Keeping Breeding Monitor Lizards
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If anyone will use one of these pictures, you have to ask for permission prior of using. Information on keeping and breeding (captive husbandry) of all monitor species of the world: Empagusia, Euprepiosaurus, Odatria, Papusaurus, Philippinosaurus, Polydaedalus, Psammosaurus, Soterosaurus, Varanus. This includes all the Pygmy Monitors from Australia and the Indo-Australian area with all the green tree monitors and all the species from the Mangrove monitors, Water monitors up to the Ora from Komodo Island. Reptile Ring Join Now Ring Hub Random < Prev ... Next >>

74. Activity And Thermal Ecophysiology Of Two Sympatric Monitor Lizards In Sri Lanka
Activity and thermal ecophysiology of two sympatric monitor lizards inSri Lanka. Eric D. Wikramanayake. Abstract. Bengal monitors, Varanus
Activity and thermal ecophysiology of two sympatric monitor lizards in Sri Lanka Eric D. Wikramanayake Abstract Bengal monitors, Varanus bengalensis , and water monitors, Varanus salvator , were radio-tracked to determine the relationship between activity patterns and their thermal ecophysiology. Bengal monitors were active in warm, open habitats, but inactive animals used refuges such as tree hollows, burrows, and termite mounds, or remained perched on tree branches. The microclimates in refuges were stable and lower than daytime air temperatures, but the microclimates, of arboreal perches were thermally unstable. The water monitors remained in, or close to, riparian habitats, where the microclimates were relatively stable and cooler than the ambient air temperature. Water monitors also used dens which had numerous tunnels and were much larger than the burrows used by the Bengal monitors. Bengal monitors were usually active during the late morning and afternoon, when daytime temperatures were high. When Bengal monitors emerged from refuges, they basked for over 4 hrs. Water monitors, however, became active earlier in the day, and did not bask. On average, Bengal monitors were active for a smaller proportion (12%) of the daytime radio-tracing period, compared to the water monitors (29%). Both species remain inactive for several consecutive days.

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Temperament — monitor lizards, in general, are known for being nervous and difficultanimals to deal with; however, Asian Water Monitors can be quite docile
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Lizards Snakes ... Turtles/Tortoise s Birthdays About Birthdays Invitations Directions Education Preschool Elementary Secondary Extra Curricular ... Fees Film About Film Animal Wrangling Educational Asian Water Monitor - Varanus salvator General Information Distribution — Malaysia, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Northeastern India Habitat — Hot, humid, tropical swamps. Usually not found too far from water. Adult Size — May grow as long as 2.14 meters (approx. 7 feet) and weigh as much as 61 kg (approx. 135 lbs.). Reports of animals being as long as 3 meters (9 feet) have been made. Temperament — Monitor lizards, in general, are known for being nervous and difficult animals to deal with; however, Asian Water Monitors can be quite docile as adults if the time is taken to interact with them on a regular daily basis. Longevity — Asian Water Monitors are relatively long lived animals. They can live to be 20 - 25 years of age in captivity.

76. The Theory Menagerie: Monitor Lizards
monitor lizards. zmonitorlizards. The Theory Group get their revengeon the Menagerizer. Posted 172-2002. Click here or on the image
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77. Monitor Lizards. Natural History, Biology And Husbandry
monitor lizards. Natural history, biology and husbandry Bennett, C1998. Frankfurt am Main, 164x237, numerous b/w and colour photos
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Monitor lizards. Natural history, biology and husbandry
Bennett, C
1998. Frankfurt am Main, 164x237, numerous b/w and colour photos, maps and diagrams, appendix with climatological data and bibliography, In English.
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78. Monitors Of Africa
MONITORS Giants among Lizards. About forty species of monitor lizardsare found from Africa, through India and south-east Asia to Australia.
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MONITORS - Giants among Lizards About forty species of monitor lizards are found from Africa, through India and south-east Asia to Australia. The genus to which monitors all belong - Varanus - contains the world's largest lizard, the much-feared Komodo Dragon from Indonesia which may reach three metres in length and has been known to prey on humans. All monitors are similar in appearance, with strong limbs, powerful claws, flexible neck and extended, whip-like tail. None are poisonous, although the Gila Monster of Mexico (the world's only poisonous lizard) is distantly related. Monitors are unique among lizards in having a forked tongue, similar to that of snakes. Just two species occur in Southern and East Africa, but both are impressive reptiles and are frequently seen. Nile Monitor
The Nile Monitor (also known simply as the Water Monitor) occurs in temperate and warm areas with permanent water and is seldom found far from rivers, lakes or dams. It is an outstanding swimmer and quickly takes refuge to water - usually with a loud splash - when threatened. It is most often seen basking on a rock or overhanging tree branch, and sometimes allows humans to approach quite closely.

79. David Pepin's Home Page
For my doctoral thesis I am working on the evolutionary history of monitor lizards. Theorigin of monitor lizards based on a review of the fossil evidence.
Hi, my name is David Pepin. I am a graduate student in the Evolutionary and Population Biology Program in Washington University's Division of Biology and Biomedical Sciences . For my doctoral thesis I am working on the evolutionary history of monitor lizards. My research uses DNA, morphological, and fossil evidence to reconstruct the phylogenetic history for monitor lizards and lineages to which they are closely related. The phylogenetic results are then used to test a variety of comparative questions regarding allometry, life-history, and habitat use. For a more detailed description of my research interests visit my page at the Losos lab web site send email: My education: Washington University
Department of Biology

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Ph.D. Candidate, 1994 to Present
Adivisor: Jonathan Losos University of Washington
Zoology Department

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B.S., 1993
Advisor: Raymond Huey
  • Teaching Assistant, Evolution (Bio 350), Washington University, Biology Department, 1998. Dissertation Improvement Grant

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