Goannas are found throughout most of Australia, except for Tasmania, and manage to persist in a variety of environments. Most species are known to climb trees or outcrops, there are plenty of primarily arboreal species.

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    You can catch the goanna in trees or on the ground. When they're in trees you throw a stick at them. If they're in the ground you might have to dig it out of the ground. If you want to cook the Goanna throw it on to burning flames to singe the skin. Cook them in ashes (put them over the ashes). If it is pregnant lay it on its belly so the eggs do not burst.

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Posted by jackicamReport
But how long do you cook it for? And are free range goanna's better than caged ones?
Posted by Denzel WashingtonReport
dat one on da left der look like a good huntin fella who could catch a goanna wile ridin a kangaroo
Posted by Denzel WashingtonReport
just one question for ya budda if i find the goanna on the road missing most of his gut and look like been der foor a few days do i still get in der and get me some of dat