me: ok i’ll study at 8:00
me: *pretends i didn’t see*
Kimberley Rock Monitor (Glauert’s Monitor)
This long-necked monitor lizard is commonly known as the Kimberley Rock Monitor, and has the scientific name of Varanus glauerti (Varanidae).
Varanus glauerti is a medium-sized monitor (up to 80 cm in length) which occupies rocky habitats, being both terrestrial or arboreal. Males and pairs often share the same tree, and even the same branch stub, with no evidence of agonistic behavior outside the breeding season. They are active foragers.
This species is distributed from western Kimberley in Western Australia, to the northwestern tip of the Northern Territory (Australia).
Photo: ©Henry Cook
Locality: Kimberley, Western Australia