Varanus kingorum

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  1. glebopalma

    glebopalma Not so new Member

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    Just want to share some pics of this lovely (overactive) species; Varanus kingorum / King's Rock Monitor.

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    Cheers,

    Jonne
     
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    sarah_m Very Well-Known Member

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    So cute!!!!
     
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    paleoherp Well-Known Member

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    great first picture
     
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    ... is it just me or did the first two pics not work?

    love the cricket shots!! mind if i save them?
     
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    paleoherp Well-Known Member

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    if two didn't work, then i mean the third pic
     
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    i mean pic 7, now
     
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    glebopalma Not so new Member

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    Thanks guys! The're 8 pics, you guys can't see all of them?

    No problem m8.
     
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    is that fully grown?? looks like a great little monitor...
    Dave
     
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    method Very Well-Known Member

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    Great pics, nice little monitor you have there.
     
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    mckellar007 Very Well-Known Member

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    i can see them all now.. i could only see the last two!
     
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    Great looking little guy.
    Dont know much about Monitiors, quick question.
    Are they the smallest of all Monitors? If not what are?
    Cheers.
     
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    glebopalma Not so new Member

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    Thanks all!

    This one is around 25cm, total length can reach 40cm.

    V. kingorum is one of the smallest monitors but not the smallest, that's V. brevicauda reaches a total length of 25cm.
     
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    love the last pic... its gorgeous
    thanks for sharing, I want one now
     
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    awsome pics, what tipe of monitor is u'r avitar, glebopalma?
     
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    glebopalma Not so new Member

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    Thanks! My avatar shows a V. tristis tristis.
     
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