"Sorry to have found a lizard in the road, run over by a car I'm guessing. It's flattened obviously, but it looks rather larger than the usual garden lizards I see once in a while. Just wondering what you think. Also I haven't seen lizards at all much in recent years, however have seen 3 this year, garden ones, not very big.
Second photo is the road this morning, it was found on in WLA. On S. Wooster St, in the 1800 block." - P. Mace
This observation and photo were taken by P. Mace and sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
These dragons were lounging in some manmade ponds, which were created to attract dragons to a particular spot for the ease of showing them to tourists.
This juvenile was captured locally and brought to my father - in -law by some local kids.
When I first saw this huge lizard slowly crossing the road in the distance, I thought it was a medium-sized dog.
The Varanidae are a family of lizards of the superfamily Varanoidea. The family, a group of carnivorous lizards, includes the Megalania (the largest known lizard), the Komodo dragon (the largest living lizard), and the crocodile monitor. The Varanidae contain the living genus Varanus and a number of extinct taxa. Their closest living relatives are the anguid and helodermatid lizards.