No kidding - he was 42" and 12 lbs. the last time I checked.He is so BIG! He looks like a dinosaur roaming your house!
Yeah - the dogs (2 greyhounds) weren't around this weekend so he was free to roam (after his bath, of course). Although, he might give both of the dogs a run for their money if left out in the open. Yes, the argus are very curious and busy by nature. He doesn't realize that sound travels so you can always find him. And when you do, he looks at you like "how did you find me?"I like your puppy
Looks like he is a curious little fellow!
Right, Amy. And you can hold him down while I paint. He was pretty mellow yesterday roaming around down at my feet, but if he doesn't want to do something, believe me...he doesn't want to do it.I double dog dare you to paint his nails a nice neon pink!
Love the last pic. I probably would be standing on a chair taking those photos.
Argus monitor. I have had this big guy since he was 6 weeks old and about 9" long. He is now almost 2 and close to full growth. You can find a lot more information about the species in this thread https://www.chameleonforums.com/pics-my-monster-34119/, but in my opinion, they are the best of the monitors (the big ones anyway). He is a few months shy of being ready to breed. Great, another breeding project. Oy. And I thought my melleri take up space....What kind of monitor is that? He's huge...
Yes, Luis, all in due time..... .... just like everything else we want ...He's amazing Julie! One day I may venture into monitors, but all in due time.
Aw, mmmaaaaaann..... well Megan is just one big party pooper. A house is not a home without your very own dragon. No, actually this guy is his own boss (and everyone else's). He may look comfortable sitting in the sun, but believe me, if he is NOT comfortable with you looming around him, he will let you know and he can move lightning quick.Megan and I really enjoyed these pics. Especially of him basking in the middle of the floor. He looks SO comfortable just roaming your house, too! Megan already told me "no," though.