Are there monitor lizards in Vietnam?

What kind of lizards are in Vietnam?

Some other species of lizard endemic to Vietnam include the Asian glass lizard–a legless lizard that looks like a snake, the Vietnamese leopard gecko, the Chinese water dragon and various species of monitor lizards.

Are there geckos in Vietnam?

Tiger geckos are a genus (Goniurosaurus) of 19 species native to Vietnam, China and Japan. Many of them can only be found within a single locality, mountain range or archipelago. They live in small, disjunct populations, where the population from Ha Long Bay is estimated at about 120 individuals.

Are there monitor lizards in USA?

Monitor lizards are large lizards in the genus Varanus. They are native to Africa, Asia, and Oceania, and one species is also found in the Americas as an invasive species. About 80 species are recognized. Monitor lizards have long necks, powerful tails and claws, and well-developed limbs.

Is monitor lizard found in India?

The Bengal monitor (Varanus bengalensis) or common Indian monitor, is a monitor lizard found widely distributed over the Indian subcontinent, as well as parts of Southeast Asia and West Asia.

What’s the sound of lizard?

“While it is true that most lizards are mute, many make sounds of various kinds,” Robert Espinoza, a biologist at California State University, Northridge, explains via email. Geckos are the gabbiest, and some produce “a variety of chirps, clicks, and squeaks, some inaudible to humans,” Espinoza says.

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