Love the different shades of color he has!Great shots!
wow, great photos!
Dangerous too. Used to be said they were lethargic - until they started eating people.
They are a very interesting animal. Animal Planet will run programs on these guys. I don't think I would want to come across on of them without some barrier between. These are great pics.
Wonderful! Great pictures.
Thanks, everybody :)Many people think that lizards and especially monitors are lethargic and slow (typical zoo comment:"But it doesn't do anything!"). But then, many people will spend only about 30 seconds in front of each enclosure, no wonder they never see anything interesting happening.
I wouldn't want to meet him on a dark street!
Those are awesome shots. My daughter got some pics of one at the Seattle Zoo. It's amazing to see such a creature that brings to mind the days of the dinosaur.
Very interesting. He does look powerful.
they are biggees - a life of long ago.sk
Wow...the colors are great but looks scary!
Wow - he's awesome! I wanna go to the zoo!
Never saw one before looks like he came from the prehistoric ages
He would be terrifying to encounter out and about!
I believe immediately that this is a dangerous animal. You've probably seen my goanna post last week? Well anyway this was a smaller animal than your komodo, but I was told to stay at a safe distance. Great photo!BTW My youngest grandson's second name is Jedediah!
I got a picture of one of these at our zoo. You're came out so clear. Nice job. I can't believe people eat those, or used to, as a delicacy. :-(
Ook: My this is an unusual critter.
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