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  1. Joe Lauriello Author

    i love savanna monitors I have one myself just to baby but thanks for the tips dude you can check out my channel for more information on him

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  2. Infernalis1 Author

    No disrespect intended, your script writers have failed in their research, rather badly at that. Savannah Monitors do not forage carrion in the wild, the size and weight figures given are far fetched, and The Savannah biome is not a desert. for the most comprehensive, accurate and true Savannah monitor information visit the links on my channel, our data was gathered it person by the worlds leading monitor experts. Thank you.

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  3. mihajlo525 Author

    All monitor lizards eat carrion when its stumbled apon. Bu your right they do not live in deserts but more in grass lands places with vegitation.

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  4. lacrosseman647 Author

    Im always at there store come down and check it out guys its on middle country road on long island lots and lots of aninmals graet deals on feeders

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  5. lacrosseman647 Author

    The room hes in is the new expenchin and check out the fossil shop ill be uploading a video of his store later today on my reptile acount reptilebreeder69

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  6. Luca Vigyázó Author

    lol.. he said their name savannah(!) monitor then said they are native to desert areas, can you feel the contradiction here? they live in savannah areas, that's why they are called savannah monitor… yeah maybe i am captain obvious here, but there are lots of monitors out there kept in dry, desert enclosures and that's pretty sad, you know.. 

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  7. Palaeoloxodon Author

    How the heck does a tongue found only in snakes give an animal a dinosaur like look?

    That is like saying that a giraffes stripes give it a hippopotamus like look.

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  8. Ravel Viirsalu Author

    My cat dragged one in, she letted it go and it runned in corner, cat runned after, i stoped her and tried to get the lifõzard to safety… i forgott theyr tail comes off, so it came off and cat eated it, the tail whipped long time on floor… now idk what to do with the lizard… learning atm

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  9. Maiya Sucks Author

    I have a bearded dragon and really want a monitor, if I do get one could they interact with each other, or should I keep them separated and away from each other?

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  10. Alex Crowder Author

    Just wanted to point out that the Savannah monitor is NOT a dessert monitor as stated in the description . They do best in higher humidity 50%+

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  11. Jimmy Lazaro Author

    Sorry to do this but I'm a 15 year old reptile owner and was wondering if any of you guys/girls would subscribe to my channel new videos of my 3 savvys and bearded dragon every week thanks and again sorry for this 😊

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  12. Katherine Matchura Author

    What a neat video! We have a Savannah that is about meter long now not quite a year. Definitely heavy bodied, but he is tame like a cat. No issues handling.

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  13. Mampam Author

    This is dreadful, and almost completely incorrect. It isn't native to desert areas, it isn't an opportunistic feeder and it is actually the smallest species of monitor lizard on the continent. They don't eat carrion, they don't eat greens. But when you start talking about the parents weighing 25 pounds I know you are not just ignorant, but a liar. You didn't breed these animals. Shameful video.

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  14. Ben Wa Balls Author

    Bob you should really stop making videos because you never know what you are talking about. Black Throat Monitors are the biggest in Africa and Niles come in a very close second. PS: No Monitors did not originate in Australia bwahahahah where do you get these phony facts from???

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