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Emerald tree monitor lizard.  Arboreal, dwelling in trees in New Guinea jungles where it hunts birds and small mammals, Varanus prasinus prasinus
Emerald tree monitor lizard. Arboreal, dwelling in trees in New Guinea jungles where it hunts birds and small mammals.
Species: Emerald tree monitor lizard, Varanus prasinus prasinus
Image ID: 12602  
Emerald tree monitor lizard.  Arboreal, dwelling in trees in New Guinea jungles where it hunts birds and small mammals, Varanus prasinus prasinus
Emerald tree monitor lizard. Arboreal, dwelling in trees in New Guinea jungles where it hunts birds and small mammals.
Species: Emerald tree monitor lizard, Varanus prasinus prasinus
Image ID: 12603  
Emerald tree monitor lizard.  Arboreal, dwelling in trees in New Guinea jungles where it hunts birds and small mammals, Varanus prasinus prasinus
Emerald tree monitor lizard. Arboreal, dwelling in trees in New Guinea jungles where it hunts birds and small mammals.
Species: Emerald tree monitor lizard, Varanus prasinus prasinus
Image ID: 12604  
Quince monitor lizard, Varanus melinus
Quince monitor lizard.
Species: Quince monitor lizard, Varanus melinus
Image ID: 12621  
Quince monitor lizard, Varanus melinus
Quince monitor lizard.
Species: Quince monitor lizard, Varanus melinus
Image ID: 12622  
Quince monitor lizard, Varanus melinus
Quince monitor lizard.
Species: Quince monitor lizard, Varanus melinus
Image ID: 12623  
Quince monitor lizard, Varanus melinus
Quince monitor lizard.
Species: Quince monitor lizard, Varanus melinus
Image ID: 12624  
Komodo dragon, the worlds largest lizard, grows to 10 feet (3m) and over 500 pounds.  They have an acute sense of smell and are notorious meat-eaters.  The saliva of the Komodo dragon is deadly, an adaptation to help it more quickly consume its prey, Varanus komodoensis
Komodo dragon, the worlds largest lizard, grows to 10 feet (3m) and over 500 pounds. They have an acute sense of smell and are notorious meat-eaters. The saliva of the Komodo dragon is deadly, an adaptation to help it more quickly consume its prey.
Species: Komodo dragon, Varanus komodoensis
Image ID: 12820  
Komodo dragon, the worlds largest lizard, grows to 10 feet (3m) and over 500 pounds.  They have an acute sense of smell and are notorious meat-eaters.  The saliva of the Komodo dragon is deadly, an adaptation to help it more quickly consume its prey, Varanus komodoensis
Komodo dragon, the worlds largest lizard, grows to 10 feet (3m) and over 500 pounds. They have an acute sense of smell and are notorious meat-eaters. The saliva of the Komodo dragon is deadly, an adaptation to help it more quickly consume its prey.
Species: Komodo dragon, Varanus komodoensis
Image ID: 12821  
Komodo dragon, the worlds largest lizard, grows to 10 feet (3m) and over 500 pounds.  They have an acute sense of smell and are notorious meat-eaters.  The saliva of the Komodo dragon is deadly, an adaptation to help it more quickly consume its prey, Varanus komodoensis
Komodo dragon, the worlds largest lizard, grows to 10 feet (3m) and over 500 pounds. They have an acute sense of smell and are notorious meat-eaters. The saliva of the Komodo dragon is deadly, an adaptation to help it more quickly consume its prey.
Species: Komodo dragon, Varanus komodoensis
Image ID: 12822  
Komodo dragon, the worlds largest lizard, grows to 10 feet (3m) and over 500 pounds.  They have an acute sense of smell and are notorious meat-eaters.  The saliva of the Komodo dragon is deadly, an adaptation to help it more quickly consume its prey, Varanus komodoensis
Komodo dragon, the worlds largest lizard, grows to 10 feet (3m) and over 500 pounds. They have an acute sense of smell and are notorious meat-eaters. The saliva of the Komodo dragon is deadly, an adaptation to help it more quickly consume its prey.
Species: Komodo dragon, Varanus komodoensis
Image ID: 12823