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Monitor Lizards. One of the coolest, and diverse type of lizards you can find. The monitor lizards for sale are field collected unless noted. Our monitor lizards are top notch, and at great low prices. Snakes at Sunset only offers the best monitors for sale anywhere. Size and descriptions found when you click on the name of the monitor lizard. Nile monitors are native to Africa (although an invasive population is thriving in Florida) where the weather is hot. A basking spot temperature should reach F with a temperature gradient down to the 80s during the day and not dropping below 80 at night. .

Young Nile Monitor’s weight may range between to kg ( to lb), and the adults have a ranging weight of to 15 kg (13 to 33 lb). Monitors for Sale in the United States. Scientific name: Varanus We have thousands of exotic reptiles for sale from top breeders from around the world. Try browsing the Other Lizards Index if you're looking for something specific. For more information, check out How It Works.

The Nile monitor is a large, powerful lizard with a long neck and tail. Large powerful limbs are equipped with long talons. A flattened ridge down the back of the tail helps in swimming. A blue-purple forked tongue darts in and out of the mouth when the Nile monitor is in motion or 4some.xyz Size: 84KB. Adult Nile monitors will require larger whole prey, such as frozen and thawed mice, rats, chickens, quail, and other small mammals and birds. Variety is key to good nutrition and keeping your monitor engaged with feeding time. Repashy CalciumPlus LoD should be occasionally dusted on .

Nile Monitor Varanus niloticus. We have some beautiful imported Nile monitors for sale at really low prices. These reptiles have absolutely voracious appetites, and are extraordinarily hardy in captivity. They attain a length of feet and have absolutely beautiful patterns. No Florida sales. They are Nile monitors (Varanus niloticus). Alert and intelligent, Nile monitors’ place in herpetoculture should be at the pinnacle, in the capable hands of experienced, responsible and dedicated keepers. Large monitors, however, continue to be popular in the pet trade as highly affordable juveniles.