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Based on captive specimens released in the early 1990s, successfully reproducing populations of the Frilled Lizard, Chlamydosaurus kingii, and of the Papua Water Dragon, Lophognathus temporalis, have established themselves within and near Biak Town and are still present there today. Biak Island is situated in the Pacific Ocean, about 120 km north-west off the north-west coast of New Guinea, at a distance of about 800 km from the northern range limits of both species.
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