Distribution: Indonesia (West Irian)
Type locality: Waigeo, West Irian, Indonesien.
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Golden-spotted tree monitor
The golden-spotted tree monitor (Varanus boehmei) is a species of monitor lizard native to the forests of Waigeo, Indonesia. They have prehensile tails, and they spend most of their lives in trees. They grow to around one metre in total length.
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