More Monitor Lizards can be spotted on Thai islands, especially Koh Samui from where I’m writing right now. Lizard and crocodile species in Thailand. The reptile swaggered onto the road at a set of traffic lights in Bangkok, central Thailand, on Sunday afternoon .
More Monitor Lizards can be spotted on Thai islands, especially Koh Samui from where I’m writing right now. Turns out that lizard spotting is an existing attraction over here in Thailand, also in other parts of South East Asia and Africa. If you spend time around nature in Bangkok, Thailand (and yes, we still have a lot of it), you might be surprised to suddenly come across what looks like a cross between a big snake and a crocodile.
It’s not uncommon to hear people refer to monitor lizards as crocodiles! Monitor Lizard in Thailand. Turns out that lizard spotting is an existing attraction over here in Thailand, also in other parts of South East Asia and Africa.
Monitor lizard or giant lizard is sunbathing by the river Monitor lizard climbing from the water also know as giant monitor Giant Lizard monitor reptile walking in the jungle Giant Monitor Lizard Bangkok Khlong Canal Huge monitor lizard is hunting near Victoria Amazonica Giant Wat Giant Lizard - Varanus salvator. Water monitor lizards have forked tongues to assist their senses, big claws, sharp teeth, scaly skin, powerful legs, and strong tails. reptile - lizard - bengal or clouded monitor lizard - koh lanta thailand (7).jpg REPTILE - LIZARD - BLACK-BEARDED GLIDING LIZARD - DRACO MELANOPOGON - KRUNG CHIN NP THAILAND (9).jpg REPTILE - LIZARD - COMMON BUTTERFLY LIZARD - LEIOLEPIS BELLIANA - HUAI KHA KHAENG THAILAND (5).JPG Please note that some of the species listed below may be extinct or no longer found in Thailand. Contribute or get help with ID
Monitor Lizards spotting. Thailand is home to a large population of monitor lizards. In Thailand all Monitor lizards are protected, places you might see Monitor lizards in Thailand include the National Parks such as Khao Yai.
Monitor Lizards spotting. Bemused drivers and motorcyclists looked on as the water monitor lizard scampered through the busy lanes of vehicles. A huge monitor lizard caused a traffic hold-up when it ambled in front of cars waiting at a junction. We’ve seen already 2 of them here and apparently are pretty lucky.
These creatures are called monitor lizards, and can still be seen in the wild in a few areas of Bangkok, but particularly in Lumphini Park. Yes, there are monitor lizards in Bangkok, Thailand. Monitor lizards are quite widespread throughout Thailand and South East Asia. It’s famous for being one of the places where James Bond movie the Man With The Golden Gun was filmed.