Narrow window bet it's good when the conditions are right though.
Aren't these dragons one of the nastiest venomous* bastards on the planet??We had a few hours of drizzle last night, and then perhaps 30 or 40 minutes of pretty decent rain again late this afternoon. That swamp out the front doesn't look like it's going to go away any time soon.
Pretty soon it's going to attract larger and larger wildlife until one day:
(Yes we do get monitors like this in our yard from the canal at the back. Yes they do often get this big. No I don't huge them.)
Yes, it is. I don't know specifically if they have venom or not, I don't want to be bitten either way. Mostly we get juveniles around here. They're quite funny to watch on man-made surfaces like tiles or concrete because they can't quite get a grip so there's lots of action but not an equivalent amount of movement.Isn't that an Asian water monitor? Recent studies have shown that many of the sub-species do in fact have venom glands.
three or more days with temperatures reaching 26°C.
Mortality rates increase by 10% at these temperatures.
Well, you know what to do. Get your rake and go fix it. Also don't forget your anti-jewish-laser umbrella.the biggest issue for us is the severe drought and fire danger.