Panay monitor lizard {Varanus Mabitang}, endemic to the island of Panay, The Philippines. Listed as "Endangered" I'd say this is "Critically endangered" due to island locality, extreme isolation and obviously naturally small population as the species was only described in 2001. Habitat loss, fragmentation and climate change are the primary threats to the species.

Panay monitor lizard {Varanus Mabitang}, endemic to the island of Panay, The Philippines. Listed as "Endangered" I'd say this is "Critically endangered" due to island locality, extreme isolation and obviously naturally small population as the species was only described in 2001. Habitat loss, fragmentation and climate change are the primary threats to the species.

Asian water monitor lizard videos, photos and facts - Varanus salvator | ARKive

Asian water monitor lizard videos, photos and facts - Varanus salvator | ARKive

Frilled Lizard (video) - I have seen this lizard run across my TV screen countless time on the National Geographic special and it always make me laugh.

Frilled Lizard (video) - I have seen this lizard run across my TV screen countless time on the National Geographic special and it always make me laugh.

Xenodermus Javanicus - Dragon Snake - CaptiveBred Reptile Forums, Reptile Classified, Forum

Xenodermus Javanicus - Dragon Snake - CaptiveBred Reptile Forums, Reptile Classified, Forum

Thirsty Lizard Asks For A Drink Of Water

Thirsty Lizard Asks For A Drink Of Water

Watch Thirsty Lizard Asks For A Drink Of Water, an In the Wild video from The Dodo.

When lo pones en la carpeta "kawaii" y todo el mundo t mira con cara de WTF y tu en plan -Vamo' a matalos'-

When lo pones en la carpeta "kawaii" y todo el mundo t mira con cara de WTF y tu en plan -Vamo' a matalos'-

This heavily armoured reptile is named after the armadillo for its ability to roll itself into an almost impregnable ball when threatened. In this position, the spiny scales covering the neck, body...

This heavily armoured reptile is named after the armadillo for its ability to roll itself into an almost impregnable ball when threatened. In this position, the spiny scales covering the neck, body...

The frilled lizard can be found in Australia and Papua New Guinea. Known for its defensive posture, the frilled lizard stands on its hind legs with its mouth agape, its head framed by a huge scaly membrane, or frill, around its neck. The frilled lizard spends most of its time in trees preying on insects and small mammals

The frilled lizard can be found in Australia and Papua New Guinea. Known for its defensive posture, the frilled lizard stands on its hind legs with its mouth agape, its head framed by a huge scaly membrane, or frill, around its neck. The frilled lizard spends most of its time in trees preying on insects and small mammals

The zoo's latest acquisition, a panther chameleon, climbs on the branch of a small tree in its enclo... - Michael Probst/AP Photo

The zoo's latest acquisition, a panther chameleon, climbs on the branch of a small tree in its enclo... - Michael Probst/AP Photo

Peruvian Caiman Lizard (Dracaena guianensis). Credit: Joe Switalski  > For more pics videos & articles visit: herpkeepers.com  guianensis s pets lovers s

Peruvian Caiman Lizard (Dracaena guianensis). Credit: Joe Switalski > For more pics videos & articles visit: herpkeepers.com guianensis s pets lovers s

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