Monitors

Facebook
Sep 23, 2014

Last Warm Days

Facebook - A handsome water monitor named Draco is smart enough to take advantage of some of summer’s last warm days, with a fun romp at the pond in the...

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Field Herp Forum
Sep 23, 2014

Awesome Australian Photography

Field Herp Forum - This is a fabulous collection of photos of Australian reptiles found in their natural habitats.

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Geckos Unlimited
Sep 23, 2014

Handsome Monitors

Geckos Unlimited - Check out these good-looking pygmy Mulga monitors (Varanus gilleni) from the collection of Yann Fulliquet.

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The Reptile Report
Sep 21, 2014

Sweet Baby

The Reptile Report - GreenHorn Project shares the joy of hatching out some beautiful baby ackie monitors.        

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Sep 19, 2014

SBTV Throwback: Rare Monitor Lizards

YouTube - In this SnakeBytesTV throwback episode from May 2011, Brian takes a look back at some of BHB Reptiles’ big breakthrough reptile projects and then takes a look at...

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Sep 18, 2014

CritterCam: Lizard Man!

AnimalBytesTV - Pete gets to play with some awesome Australian monitors and skinks when he visits Joe Ball and his impressive collection of lizards.

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SA Reptiles
Sep 17, 2014

Handsome Rockie

SA Reptiles - A good-looking CBB rock monitor in South Africa poses for a few nice photos.

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Sep 12, 2014

SBTV Throwback: Reptiles Invade Canada

AnimalBytesTV - Get ready for this weekend’s Canadian Reptile Breeders Expo with this SnakeBytesTV throwback episode from October of 2013, where Brian highlights the coolest snakes and lizards (and even...

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VaranusTalk.com
Sep 12, 2014

Rescued Ornate

VaranusTalk.com - This is a great story, with pictures, of a gorgeous ornate monitor that was rescued from a home with no idea about how to care for it.

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Field Herp Forum
Sep 9, 2014

Kevin Goes to Africa – Part Two

Field Herp Forum - The second half of this two-part series of photos includes tons more amazing photos of African wildlife, with even more awesome reptiles than the first thread, all from...

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Field Herp Forum
Sep 8, 2014

Kevin Goes to Africa – Part One

Field Herp Forum - Super-talented wildlife photographer Kevin Messenger shares an amazing trip to South Africa that he was able to take in 2013.  This thread is chock-full of gorgeous African wildlife,...

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Aussie Pythons forum
Sep 8, 2014

Marvelous Sand Monitor

Aussie Pythons forum - A trip in search of reptiles in Australia mainly yielded photos of pretty orchids, but this gorgeous Varanus gouldii was also found and photographed.

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Reptile Forums UK
Sep 8, 2014

Baby Bosc and More

Reptile Forums UK - Take a look at these great pictures that capture the charming faces of a young Savannah monitor, a tegu, and several lovely bearded dragons.

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Facebook
Sep 4, 2014

Yellow Ackie Transformations

Facebook - Rare Earth shares a great photo showing the changes young yellow ackie monitors go through as they grow.

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Facebook
Sep 4, 2014

Black Beauty

Facebook - Vital Exotics shows off a beautiful black dragon baby.

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VaranusTalk.com
Sep 3, 2014

Growing Up Mertens

VaranusTalk.com - This is a great series of pictures and videos following the growth of two young Merten’s water monitors as they progressed from babies to laying eggs of their...

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Reptile Forums UK
Sep 2, 2014

An Elusive Ackie

Reptile Forums UK - A quirky ackie monitor at Welsh Morphology and its interesting expressions are caught on camera.

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Facebook
Sep 2, 2014

No License for You

Facebook - This awesome monitor is determined to have his turn at the wheel of the car.

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The Reptile Report
Aug 30, 2014

Pretty Perenties

The Reptile Report - These two gorgeous Varanus giganteus monitors were all warm and snug on a cold winter day in Queensland, photographed by Nature 4 You.        

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The Reptile Report
Aug 29, 2014

Morning Jog

The Reptile Report - This athletic water monitor (Varanus salvator) is out with the other runners on a jogging path in Bangkok, Thailand—seen and photographed by Frank Leinz.      

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