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Emerald tree monitor

Emerald tree monitor
Foto informatie
Auteursrechten: Eduardo Balogh (Ketaka) Silver Note Writer [C: 0 W: 5 N: 124] (1159)
Genre: Animals
Medium: Kleur
Datum Opname: 2008-03-14
CategorieŽn: Reptiles
Camera: Nikon D300, Nikkor 70-300 ED f4.5-5-6, SanDisk Extreme III, Nikon L1Bc 62mm
Belichting: f/5.6, 1/60 Seconden
Details: (Fill) Flash: Yes
Fotoversie: Originele versie
Thema's: Reptiles - Monitors, monsters, & dragons 1, Budapest ZOO Animals [view contributor(s)]
Datum inzending: 2008-03-28 2:19
Gezien: 3940
Punten: 2
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Budapest ZOO 2008 March 14

The emerald tree monitor (Varanus prasinus) is a small-to-medium-sized arboreal monitor lizard. It is well known for its unusual coloration, spanning a myriad of shades from green to turquoise, topped with dark, transverse dorsal banding. It feeds on insects and other small animal fare common to its tropical climate. Emerald tree monitors and their close relatives can be found in New Guinea, as well as several adjacent islands, and on a few islands within the Torres Strait, the body of water separating eastern New Guinea and northern Queensland, Australia. The green tree monitor is reported to thrive in a variety of different lowland environments throughout its range, including tropical evergreen forests, palm swamps and cocoa plantations.

Model - NIKON D300
DateTime - 2008:03:14 12:18:56
ExposureTime - 1/60 seconds
FNumber - 5.60
ISOSpeedRatings - 200
Flash - Flash fired, compulsory flash mode
FocalLength - 300.00 mm
ExposureMode - Auto
White Balance - Auto
FocalLengthIn35mmFilm - 450 mm
Contrast - Normal
Saturation - Normal
Sharpness - Normal

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I really like the reg/green colour contrast in your photo! The tail also seems very mysterious the way you have it positioned in the photo.

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