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Black Tree Monitor

Varanus beccarii

By the time they are fully grown, they will be 3 to 4 feet in length and have turned completely black. Overly long, prehensile tails and large claws allow these arboreal lizards to live and hunt in the trees.

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CONSERVATION STATUS

Vulnerable

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