How to find out if you have a monitor lizard

The monitor lizard is the smallest reptile on Earth and is often mistaken for a lizard.

Its name comes from its elongated head and long neck, which are used to detect oxygen levels.

Lizards can breathe by exhaling through their nostrils, which means the monitor lizard can also detect oxygen.

It also emits a slight smell that helps it see.

A monitor lizard in the wild has a head of roughly two inches and a body length of about three inches.

But the average monitor lizard weighs about 3 to 4 pounds, according to the World Wildlife Fund.

Monitor lizards live in the desert of northern Mexico and northern Peru.

It’s not uncommon to see monitor lizards in the shade or in an area where people gather.

In some areas, the monitor lizard can be seen on buildings, although most monitors are not native to the area.

But if you see one in a public place, it’s best to not approach it because it could be poisonous, according the World Conservation Union.

It has been reported in Arizona, Arizona, Idaho, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming.

The monitor lox also inhabits parts of Mexico, Argentina, Peru, Chile, Brazil, Argentina and Chile, according and it has been recorded in Peru.

Monitor lizard is an endangered species.

They are not known to have been spotted in captivity.

There are over 20,000 monitor larks left in the United States, according National Geographic.

A single adult can weigh as much as 10 pounds.