Komodo dragon

NOUN
  1. the largest lizard in the world (10 feet); found on Indonesian islands
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  • It was a dwarf species located on the Indonesian island of Flores, which it shared with pigmy elephants and Komodo dragons.
  • Tangi Talo yielded the remains of pygmy stegodon (a type of elephant), giant tortoise, and Komodo dragons, but no tools. First Mariners
  • In 1992 I visited the island of Komodo - home of the Komodo dragon - to study gigantism among reptiles.
  • Virgin Komodo dragon gives birth - Science - MSNBC. com: MANCHESTER, England - A British zoo announced Wednesday the virgin birth of five Komodo dragons, giving scientists new hope for the captive breeding of the endangered species. Archive 2007-01-21
  • And if he breathes on you, the Komodo dragon saliva is deadly. Think Progress » Gingrich: ‘This Is, In Fact, World War III’ And The U.S. ‘Ought To Be Helping’
  • There I spoke to a woman whose mother was attacked and injured by a Komodo dragon - which raised the issue of humans as prey.
  • The third aquarium would house more than 50 species of freshwater sharks and rays, as well as enclosures for Komodo dragons and giant tortoises.
  • Probably the most famous species of monitor lizard is the Komodo Dragon which lives on several islands in Indonesia.
  • Examples of such dwarfism or gigantism include the giant tortoises of the Seychelles islands, Indonesia's Komodo dragons, and the boas of the Belizean Snake Cayes.
  • The older Flores tools were found among remains of dwarf elephants, Komodo dragons, rats, and other animals, according to the paper.
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