800px-Crocodile Monitor
The Corocodile Monitor is a kind of monitor lizard that lives in New Guinea. The largest they can be is 244 centimeters long.

Habits Edit

Crocodile Monitors can hang on to branches with their back legs. They either bask in trees or sleep on the ground, and raise up on their hind legs occasionally. Their bites can cause an infection, as can a Komodo Dragon's. Crocodile Monitors will prey on birds, bats, and various rodents.

Egg laying Edit

These lizards lay their eggs around October and January, and they lay 4-12 eggs in a clutch.