Komodo Dragon is the King of the Lizards. Survive From the time of the dinosaurs, the Komodo Dragon is the largest living lizard. Laki-Laki about 8 ½ feet long and weighs 200 pounds with females about 7 ½ feet long and weighs about 150 pounds. They have been known to get large as 12 feet and weight up to 300 pounds. The average life expectancy around 20 years, but have been known to live to 50 years.
Komodo Island is the New 7 Wonders of The World. They live in a small area of the Islands Indonesia Komodo, Rinca, Padar, Flores, and Sundanese. This is a warm climate with the Desert And the sparsely populated tropical regions with Human. Even some of these areas fall into the Komodo National Park. There were eight attacks were reported in Humans since 1980 with most of them on Rinca.
And endangered Komodo estimated tot 1.000 5.000 will Still remaining. They have been hurt by habitat destruction and fire. Teenagers living in trees, while the adults spend most of their time on the ground.
Eating habits they are Incredible. A Komodo Dragon Eating BIRA 80% of body weight gain in One frequently. An eyewitness saw the Komodo dragon eating pork pounds 90 In 20 minutes.
The mouth of a Komodo dangerous. Their teeth similar to Eat Meat Shark. their mouths full of bad bacteria. Most animals die a little By Komodo Dragon Within One or Two days. They take prey with their jaws when hiding in ambush. They moved quickly to distance BIRA Short And Very Good eyesight. They can also climb a tree And a Good swimmer.
Komodo Dragons will eat anything they can catch. They have been known to eat buffalo, deer, goat, wild boar and even more small dragons. If the animal escapes from their jaws, they would hunt down. Komodo can track the animal to five animals. They do not have massala Eating animals that have been temporarily killed.
Komodo dragons are solitary, except for breeding. Some Boys Men Will fight for one woman. During rest years, Komodo Dragons are territorial.
Sometimes, the female Komodo dragons have been able to lay eggs fertilized and hatched without the help of Laki-Laki. One example occurred at Chester Zoo in England.