green tree monitor

Green tree monitors originate from New Guinea, as well as several adjacent islands. They are ideal for the advanced keeper.

In captivity green tree monitors are fed daily on a staple diet on insects but in the wild they have a wide variety of prey including katydids, stick insects, cockroaches, beetles, centipedes, spiders, crabs, birds, and small mammals.

Living for approximately 5 – 10 years they can grow between 75-100 cm and need to be fed daily.

Green tree monitors are one of the few social monitors, living in small groups made up of a dominant male, several females, and a few other males and juveniles.

Here is a video of our green tree monitors.

If you’ve got any questions on the green tree monitor in general, how to keep them or which is the best lizard for you, feel free to drop into the shop which is located at 187 Old Chester Rd, Birkenhead CH42 3TB, give us a call now on 0151 645 6235 or use our contact form on our website.

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