Incredible Komodo Island is the New 7 Wonders of The World. It was 1912 when a group of pearl fishermen in the area came back with a report of the Komodo dragon. This is the first time anyone has ever reported any animal. A scientific expedition was sent from Java and confirmed the existence of extraordinary beings. Now they appear occasionally in documentaries and sometimes can be found in zoos. Here is a set of facts about animals Amazine interesting.
Largest lizard. Komodo Island is the New 7 Wonders of The World, Komodo is the largest and heaviest of about 30 species of other monitors, such as the Nile monitor. It's very incredible, Komodo reach 10 feet in length and is an ambush predator. There were unconfirmed reports of dragons in the forest north of Australia relating to three times larger (30 meters) from the Komodo. Something similar to the Komodo dragons are found in Pleistocene fossil record in Queensland, is believed to have disappeared 19,000 years ago, although the maximum length of about two dozen times as the Komodo dragon at 20 meters.
Man Eaters. Incredible, Komodo dragons are known to attack and eat humans. There was a report by a Swiss tourist who sat resting his journey as a group continued. Only one part of the camera found on the beach. An Indonesian fisherman to look for fruit on an island inhabited by Komodo dragons were killed in March 2009.
Food. Komodo is a top predator, the top of their local food chain. They prey mainly on deer and wild boar, but also address other live prey. They can consume 80% of their tremendous weight in one meal. They eat by tearing away the flesh and swallowing it whole. As they eat, they eat everything meat, bones, hair and nails. They were assisted by the ability of the snake-like to hang their lower jaw to help swallow food.
Komodo Island is the New 7 Wonders of The World. Because the dragon is a reptile, they do not eat as often as predatory mammals. So an ecosystem that will support only a few dozen tigers carnivores, for example, can support a bloody 4000-5000 Komodo, which only 350 breeding female. The figures have not changed much from earlier times, but their small ecohabitat make them vulnerable and that is why they are protected.