The Nile Monitor (Varanus niloticus) is a large member of the monitor lizard family (Varanidae). Nile Monitors can grow to about 7 feet in length Two sub adult male African Lions playing with a Monitor Lizard, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania. nile monitor, (varanus niloticus), adult in water searching for food, showing tongue, kruger nationalpark, south africa, africa - nile monitor stock pictures, royalty-free photos & images.
a nile monitor/water leguaan (varanus niloticus) finds refuge in the sandy soil - nile monitor lizard stock pictures, royalty-free photos & images nile monitor (varanus niloticus) in front of hole in termite mound, chobe national park, botswana - nile monitor lizard stock pictures, royalty-free photos & images. Reptile. The Nile monitor lizard is the largest lizard in Africa, growing up to meters (7 feet) long. Because they eat crocodile eggs, Nile monitors are often seen near crocodile nesting sites. Adult Nile monitor lizards can easily outrun people over short distances. They can also remain underwater for more than an hour.
Cute Nile monitor (Varanus niloticus) is a large member of the monitor family (Varanidae) found throughout most of Sub-Saharan. Africa and along the Nile Ornate Nile Monitor. Nile monitor lizards are the largest lizards of Africa, occurring in many parts of the African continent. They are known to be aggressive and ill-tempered. They have stout bodies with powerful jaws and strong legs. Scientific Classification.