| Monitor lizard
|| Warm forests or plains
Source: Bestiary, pg(s). 194
Monitor lizards are large reptiles sometimes mistaken for dragons. They prefer to live in tropical climes, where they can grow up to 10 feet in length, weighing upwards of 350 pounds.
A variant of the monitor lizard known as a shiv dragon has reportedly been seen on the small island of Smuggler's Shiv in Desperation Bay, off the coast of Sargava. These dark-brown beasts are known to be highly territorial and aggressive, and are almost always encountered singly.