Indonesia

‘Endangered’ status puts spotlight on Komodo dragon protection as Indonesia government defends upgrade projects; Kiki Siregar; Channel News Asia

Photo: Beawiharta

Weighing up to 150kg and growing up to 3m long, the Komodo dragons are the world’s largest lizards only found in Indonesia’s Komodo National Park and neighbouring Flores Island. The cannibals eat deer and pigs, and are even capable of attacking humans with their shark-like teeth and poisonous venom.

Source: ‘Endangered’ status puts spotlight on Komodo dragon protection as Indonesia government defends upgrade projects

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