final size exceeds 150cm and a few specimens reach 180cm. However, these animals are not as big as the Biak forms. 
Aru animals are by far the calmest representatives. However, this calm temperament can also lead to problems when rearing young animals, as they do not allow themselves to be annoyed to snap for the food. 
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Aru animals have a larger back of the head, which tapers to a point at the nose.
A few blue pigments can also be seen in the mouth area. 
Aru animals are grass-green in color. Along the back the green is concentrated in a darker stripe and there are also several white scales. These do not form a solid line as in the Merauke animals. But other white scales can also appear scattered across the rest of the body.
Aru animals also have multiple blue scales all over their bodies.
Aru females are known for their beautiful blue gestation color (with a few exceptions). But Aru males can also be colored blue. However, this happens relatively rarely. The flanks towards the lower abdomen also have many blue scales. 
Aru Island localities are characterized by having specks of white dorsal scales against a green or blue-green body color. Older specimens may develop gray scales mixed in with the white. They can also develop blue side and dorsal scales. 
frequently a light blue wash covers the lateral and belly area. 
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