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AMBON MONITOR
Varanus indicus (was V. cerambonensis)

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Distribution:- Moluccan Islands (Ambon, Banda, Buru, Obi and Seram Islands)

Comments:- Adults usually grow up to around 1 Metres (3ft)


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© Photo of Captive Ambon Monitor (Varanus indicus previously V. cerambonensis) by Tychodragon / CC BY-SA

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