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Gould's Goanna lizzard, Murchison, Western Australia
SOURCE: Lincoln Fowler, courtesy of Tourism Australia, the tourism promotion authority of the government of Australia, used with permission.
Goanna is the name used to refer to any number of Australian monitor lizards.
The Gould's monitor is a large Australian monitor lizard - also known as Sand goanna.
It is a terrestrial or "ground-dwelling" reptile that excavates large burrows for shelter, but also lives in rock escarpments and tree hollows.
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