Deafscooter have seen many Komodo Dragon in other indonesia island there very dangerous to bite you.
They live next Island there have many Komodo Dragon on own island and they can eat any animal meats
Most of the western world knows this large monitor lizard as the Komodo Dragon, or Komodo.
To the scientific world it is Varanus komodoensis, the largest of the fifty or so Varanids, or Monitor
Lizards. In the Indonesia archipelago, or more specifically around the island of Komodo where the
lizard calls home, it goes by the simple name Ora, or occasionally buaja durat (land crocodile)
or biawak raksasa (giant monitor), which is perhaps the most appropriate name.
The Komodo Dragon may not be the longest lizard in the world, that honour probably goes to the
Papua Monitor, Varanus salvadorii, which is much thinner than the Komodo Dragon but regularly
longer. No one however would dispute that the Komodo Dragon is the largest surviving lizard.
Adult males often exceed 2.5 meters (8 feet) in length and weigh around 90 kilograms (200 pounds).
The largest verified specimen was 3.13 meters and 166 kilograms. The problem with weight is that
the Komodo Dragon is an impressive diner and can eat pretty much its own weight in food.
This begs the question, where does the Komodo end and dinner begin. Without a full stomach
the mature adult male is more likely to weigh in the 60 to 90 kilogram range.
Video ( Komodo Dragon Strikes Back ) How big are they (Lizard & Man)
Video (Komodo Swallows Pig) Warning there they bite and eat a live pig