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The Argus Monitor is smaller than many of the other monitor species. In addition to its interesting behavior, its size makes the Argus very popular among hobbyists. Argus monitors can grow to about 3.5 to 5 feet. The males tend to grow larger than the females. Most Argus Monitors are black or near black with light colored (usually tan to yellow) markings that run along their backs, continuing along the length of their tail. The face of the Argus also has some beautiful markings. The Argus Monitor's head is described as triangular shaped. Their limbs appear proportionately larger than those of other monitor species and are equipped with sharp claws. Their tails are also very muscular and heavy.


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