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Monitor

To seek information about an agent's behavior; a device that provides such information.
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The young, rare Bengal monitor lizard, part of the Varanus Bengalensis species, was seen scurrying about the baggage area at London's Heathrow Airport until Border Force Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) officers were able to catch the animal they believe was brought into the country illegally.
Dr Sumit Dookia, herpetologist and professor at Delhi's Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, said, "India has four varieties of these reptiles -- Bengal, Yellow, Desert and Water Monitor Lizard.
Staff fear that Jim, a bosc monitor lizard, was dumped by his owner.
It was reported that the medicine contains the saliva of the monitor lizard and could help cure diabetes.
that includes a giant bird-eating spider, a foot-long tarantula and a monitor lizard among other creatures.
Amritsar, July 17 ( ANI ): Wildlife authorities here have retrieved an endangered monitor lizard from a poultry farm on Amritsar Tarn Taran Road.
He also has to negotiate live ordnance left over from the Vietnam War, as well as a reticulated python, a whip scorpion, a monitor lizard and a herd of buffalo.
Police are appealing for information after the black throated monitor lizard was taken from a pet shop in Walton by burglars on Monday night.
A small Nile monitor lizard, not content with waiting by the pipe's other end for morsels of food to appear, had made his way up the length of the pipe, and when he leaped out and virtually grabbed some fish entrails from my hand, "surprise" is probably not the best word to describe my reaction
After removing a few rocks, ECO Desotelle found himself face to face with a large Savannah monitor lizard, a native of Afiica that is sold in the U.
Despite having almost no spare room, the shop has so far taken in a savannah monitor lizard, two bearded dragons, a chameleon, a crested gecko, a royal python, a host of stick insects, a female water dragon and a collared lizard.