Komodo dragons live in the Indonesian islands of Komodo, Padar, Flores and some of the Lesser Sunda Islands which are part of the Malay Archipelago. They inhabit savannas, arid grasslands, monsoon forests and mostly in the lowlands.
They grow to 10 feet lengths and can weigh nearly 200 pounds.
The lifespan of Komodo dragons in the wild is 30 to 50 years and they swim and climb trees. They can run with a speed up to 12 mph or more when they hunt
Are long bodied, cold-blooded vertebrates that belong to the class Reptilia.
Are large scavenging birds of prey having weak claws and bald heads which feed mainly on carcasses of deal animals.
Are snake-like fish from the order Anguilliformes that occupy both fresh water as well as saltwater habitats.
Are legendary wild-dogs of Australia though they are also found in South East Asia.
Are large graceful wading birds with long-legs, long-necks and long beaks belonging to the family Coconiidae.
Are partially arboreal marsupials with long thick tails, pointed snout and long fox-like tapering ears belonging to the order Diprotodontia.
Are burrowing nocturnal animals, belonging to the suborder Vermilingua.
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Are birds of prey with upright postures and forward-facing eyes, belonging to the order ‘Strigiformes’.