"Komodo dragons kill using a one-two punch of sharp teeth and a venomous bite, scientists have confirmed for the first time. The find dispels the common belief that toxic bacteria in the Komodos' mouths are responsible for ultimately killing the dragons' prey. ~ Carolyn Barry for National Geographic News May 18, 2009"

Not a pretty sight. komodoensis Komodo dragon with mouth open (Captive, Fort Worth Zoo

#KomodoIsland in Indonesia has been recognized as a national park since 1980, and you can explore its remote islands, pink beach, and the iconic Komodo Dragon. This lizard can grow up to 3m and weighting about 70kg. The island is also known for an amazing diving spots with its steep wall of corals and also an up-close with the sea life. Ready for an adventure? Contact us for packages to Komodo Island! #BeautifulDestinations #LifeWellTravelled

in Indonesia has been recognized as a national park since and you can explore its remote islands, pink beach, and the iconic Komodo Dragon. This lizard can grow up to and weighting about The island is also known for an amazing

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The Komodo dragon is a vulnerable species. There are approximately to living Komodo dragons in the wild.

Komodo Dragon Island in Indonesia. This would be a pretty epic adventure don't you say?

Komodo Dragon Island in Indonesia. This would be a pretty epic adventure don't…

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