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HPfangirl Berichten: 7. OT: Ik heb er niks op tegen, kan me er ook niet aan ergeren ofzo hoor. You know I need you, like a poet needs the pain.

Citaat van: ivenakje op 23 augustus , EllaJune Berichten: 1. Citaat van: EllaJune op 23 augustus , Het maakt me niet uit wat voor accent iemand heeft, als hetgene dat iemand zegt maar leuk is..

Polyethylene Berichten: Ik vind het op zich wel grappig klinken, maar als je gewoon verder praat met diegene let ik er niet meer op.. The world forgetting, by the world forgot.

Eternal sunshine of the spotless mind! Each pray'r accepted, and each wish resign'd. SNSBL Berichten: 6. Ik HAAT het, sorry :' Het klinkt zo, dom ofzo?

Vind IK , voordat ik weer gezeik over me heen krijg. Bij vlagen ben ik geniaal, helaas is het vandaag windstil. D Berichten: 2.

Gaki Berichten: Confiance Berichten: 1. Echt heel toevallig, ze zit nu bij mij op school xD. Bootlegs Berichten: 8.

Citaat van: fashionbeest op 22 augustus , You're not the same as you were before, You were much more Sanne Berichten: 1.

Terwijl ze je dat op de basisschool toch leren, niet? Vrij marginaal dus als je in formele situaties zo boers begint te praten..

TUMBLR Ik ben een bos en er lopen bomen door mij heen. Citaat van: riogaperla op 17 september , Ridicule Berichten: 9. Citaat van: Killaah op 17 september , Beyoutiful Berichten: 1.

Ik vind als Belg het accent van mijn overgrootmoeder uit Brugge hilarisch. Cecipas Berichten: 6. Take me up. Achilles Berichten: Ik vind het apart vooral bij een lekkere knul bij SYTYCD.

Ik heb altijd een beetje het idee dat ik mensen daarom minder snel serieus neem ofzo. Slecht, ik weet het. It's time to see what I can do, To test the limits and break through, No right, no wrong, no rules for me, I'm free!

LET IT GO! Julia Berichten: 1. If everything seems to be going well, you obviously don't know what the hell is going on. Citaat van: xFutureDreams op 22 september , Alternative Berichten: 2.

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Oook niet van brabants, limburgs en andere zachte g's of dialecten. Ik heb sowieso moeite met het verstaan ervan, dat ligt geheel aan mij Maar ik vind het ook een beetje vervelend klinken, en mannen komen vaak zo nichterig over Doe mij maar ABN.

Godzilla Berichten: 1. Super, ik kijk weleens de Pfaff's en kan echt genieten van hoe hun bepaalde woorden gebruiken. Ik vind het best irritant klinken, maar wanneer ik een programma heb gezien met Belgen zoals Expeditie Robinsen of BNTM heb ik altijd de neiging of zin om ook Belgisch te praten ;p.

Ik ben uit antwerpen, ik vind het zelf ontzettend lelijk het vlaams, in men klas zit een nederlands meisje en ik vind dat zei veel leuker praat.

To the world you might just be one person, but to one person you might just be the world. Goelia Berichten: 1.

Ik vind het grappig dat de meeste kinderliedjes studio belgisch zijn. Citaat van: intheface op 23 september , Sunburst Berichten: 4.

Ik kom zelf uit het zuiden van Nederland. Vind het accent niet zo heel boeiend haha, ben het wel een beetje gewend.

Ga ook vaak naar Antwerpen enzo. Ik versta het ook meestal wel, alleen sommige woorden niet. Citaat van: purepassion op 23 september , LodewijkXIV Berichten: Ik neem iemand met een Belgisch accent nooit zo erg serieus, maar dat komt meer omdat ik het zo grappig vind klinken verder niks tegen de belgische taal hoor, ik vind het weer Nederlands super boers Maar het maakt wel uit dat ik bijna nooit een Belg hoor, die komen niet zo veel voor in het westen.

OceanEyes Berichten: Ik kom uit antwerpen, maar ik vind westvlaams echt verschrikkelijk! Ik versta er geen reet van xo.

Niet irritant maar.. Bosscielny Berichten: 4. For the bones I broke I had to make a living. Gerrit Berichten: Tja, ik woon dicht bij de grens, en een groot deel van m'n leraren zijn Belgisch..

Shoeonhead Berichten: Ik kom uit West-Vl maar spreek geen plat West-Vlaams want vind dat zelf enorm lelijk. Ik hou er niet echt van en vaak versta ik het ook niet xD.

Pauline Berichten: Bij jongens is Belgisch Vlaams , mits ze uit de goede streek komen, zo ontzettend sexy. Denk aan Jan Vertonghen, dat soort accenten.

Echt, smelt. Citaat van: cookiedevil op 13 december , Ik ben belgisch en ik heb volgens mij niet echt een echt accent?

Ik spreek gewoon normaal zonder die g's die sommige wel raar spreke enzo Averyyy Berichten: 3. Je bent mooi. Audaz Berichten: 2.

Citaat van: averyyy op 13 december , Binkiee Berichten: 2. The child is grown. The dream is gone. I have become comfortably numb.

Evelien Berichten: Echt raar hoe accenten voor iemand anders lachwekkend kunnen zijn terwijl het voor ons gewoon normaal is.

Ik vind Nederlanders dan weer raar spreken. Altijd met 'jij' en 'je', als ik dat zou zeggen zou dat echt heel stijf overkomen. Hier op de site moet ik ook altijd formeel praten.

Maar dat spreek ik niet! Dagdromen Berichten: Ik denk dat het aan de persoon ligt. Toen ik vanuit limburg naar hier verhuiste vond iedereen mijn accent ook ontzettend vreemd, maar ben er nooit echt mee gepest ofzo.

Dus het komt allemaal wel goed! It's funny how day by day, nothing changes. But when you look back, everything is different.

Nienke Berichten: 1. Pev Berichten: Ik vind het mooi! En ik ben Nederlands maar met Belgische roots. Leewn Berichten: 1.

Ok, wat een BS allemaal, wat maakt het uit met wat voor accent iemand praat, waarom moeten mensen je er op beoordelen Je bent wie je bent en het vertelt veel over iemand dat je mensen op basis van taal en dergelijke moet beoordelen.

En zeker een uitspraak als "Vlaams klinkt kinderachtig" is de grootste onzin die ik ooit heb gehoord. Zo'n uitspraak is eerder kinderachtig.

Veniality Berichten: 3. Ik "spreek" 't allebei. Als ik in Belgie bij mijn familie ben, Belgisch accent.

In Nederland klink ik gewoon Nederlands! En naja, ACCENT klinkt Nederlands, ik zal vaak nog "kleedje" zeggen ipv "jurkje", dat soort dingen.

Dan val ik door de mand! En oja, ik doe daar mijn best niet voor, dat gebeurt gewoon. Mijn live-fotografie Mijn Facebook-like-pagina! TheTeachersPet Berichten: Ik vind het schijtirritant als Belgen hier zijn en ze gaan in hun dialect praten.

Komop, ik ga toch ook niet plat Zeeuws praten in Amsterdam terwijl ik ook gewoon normaal Nederlands kan?

Maar hoe die mensen uit Brasschaat praten vind ik dan weer afgrijselijk. Ik vind het integenstelling tot veel mensen hier die het niet leukvinden , juist wel heel leuk xD Kvind het ookwel is grappig om het proberen na te doen.

Kvind t gewoon zo schattig enzo, veel leuker dan gewoon nederlands. Vooral die kakkers hiero met hun 'R' zyn kapot irri Dianne Berichten: Ik vind het lelijk.

Vooral die dingen als 'kleedje' ipv 'jurkje', enzo, daar kan ik me ontzettend aan storen. If you wanna find love then you know where the city is.

Citaat van: TheTeachersPet op 26 juli , Belgen zeggen dingen zo raar Bijv. AlynaEva Berichten: In mijn dorp praten ze een beetje belgisch En mijn vriendje komt uit belgie haha ;p.

Liefde begint met een lach, groeit met een kus, en eindigt met een traan. Saphir Berichten: 1. Oja, soms lach ik mijn vriendje wel een beetje uit, dan zegt hij iets in het belgisch, maar dan heeft hij geen idee dat ik hem niet begrijpt.

Hij had pasgeleden een woord ofzo iets van tuttenfrietenbak nou ik wist niet wat het was hahahah. Ik zeg liever 'kleedje' dan 'jurk'.

En 'jij' en 'jou' zeg ik ook nooit. Renee Berichten: 1. Citaat van: CASAdiMAMA op 26 juli , Citaat van: VivreNee op 26 juli , Citaat van: Seawave op 26 juli , Suus Berichten: 5.

PBG Berichten: Ik kan me er echt zwaar aan ergeren x' Mn vriend is limburgs en dat vind ik dan nog wel oke, die praten wel schattig.

Maar belgische mensen moeten hun stem er ook altijd zo raar bij verdraaien en vaak trekken ze nog de meest vreemde hoofden erbij.

En dan dat 'allee zeg' ofzo. Ik heb echt slechte herinneringen daaraan.. Citaat van: Rukia op 26 juli , After 8 months of age, they leave the trees for the ground where they spend most of their time, although they are also excellent swimmers National Geographic.

References Harlow, H. Body temperature and thermoregulation of Komodo dragons in the field. Journal of Thermal Biology, 35 7 , — Jessop, T.

Distribution, use and selection of nest type by Komodo dragons. Biological Conservation, 5 , — Retrieved 14 Apr. The Komodo dragon [4] Varanus komodoensis , also known as the Komodo monitor , is a species of lizard found in the Indonesian islands of Komodo , Rinca , Flores , and Gili Motang.

Its unusually large size has been attributed to island gigantism , since no other carnivorous animals fill the niche on the islands where it lives.

As a result of their size, these lizards dominate the ecosystems in which they live. It has been claimed that they have a venomous bite; there are two glands in the lower jaw which secrete several toxic proteins.

The biological significance of these proteins is disputed, but the glands have been shown to secrete an anticoagulant. Komodo dragons' group behaviour in hunting is exceptional in the reptile world.

The diet of big Komodo dragons mainly consists of Timor deer , though they also eat considerable amounts of carrion. Mating begins between May and August, and the eggs are laid in September; as many as 20 eggs are deposited at a time in an abandoned megapode nest or in a self-dug nesting hole.

Young Komodo dragons are vulnerable and therefore dwell in trees, safe from predators and cannibalistic adults. They take 8 to 9 years to mature, and are estimated to live up to 30 years.

Komodo dragons were first recorded by Western scientists in In the wild, their range has contracted due to human activities, and they are listed as vulnerable by the IUCN.

Komodo dragons were first documented by Europeans in , when rumors of a "land crocodile" reached Lieutenant van Steyn van Hensbroek of the Dutch colonial administration.

Douglas Burden in After returning with 12 preserved specimens and two live ones, this expedition provided the inspiration for the movie King Kong.

The Dutch, realizing the limited number of individuals in the wild, soon outlawed sport hunting and heavily limited the number of individuals taken for scientific study.

Collecting expeditions ground to a halt with the occurrence of World War II, not resuming until the s and s, when studies examined the Komodo dragon's feeding behavior, reproduction, and body temperature.

At around this time, an expedition was planned in which a long-term study of the Komodo dragon would be undertaken. This task was given to the Auffenberg family, who stayed on Komodo Island for 11 months in During their stay, Walter Auffenberg and his assistant Putra Sastrawan captured and tagged more than 50 Komodo dragons.

The Komodo dragon is also sometimes known as the Komodo monitor or the Komodo Island monitor in scientific literature, [4] although this name is uncommon.

The evolutionary development of the Komodo dragon started with the genus Varanus , which originated in Asia about 40 million years ago and migrated to Australia , where it evolved into giant forms the largest of all being the recently extinct Megalania , helped by the absence of competing placental carnivorans.

Around 15 million years ago, a collision between the continental landmasses of Australia and Southeast Asia allowed these larger varanids to move back into what is now the Indonesian archipelago, extending their range as far east as the island of Timor.

The Komodo dragon is believed to have differentiated from its Australian ancestors about 4 million years ago.

However, recent fossil evidence from Queensland suggests the Komodo dragon actually evolved in Australia before spreading to Indonesia.

Genetic analysis of mitochondrial DNA shows the Komodo dragon to be the closest relative sister taxon of the lace monitor V.

In the wild, adult Komodo dragons usually weigh around 70 kg lb , although captive specimens often weigh more.

The Komodo dragon has a tail as long as its body, as well as about 60 frequently replaced, serrated teeth that can measure up to 2.

Its saliva is frequently blood-tinged because its teeth are almost completely covered by gingival tissue that is naturally lacerated during feeding.

Additionally, these osteoderms become more extensive and variable in shape as the Komodo dragon ages, ossifying more extensively as the lizard grows.

These osteoderms are absent in hatchlings and juveniles, indicating that the natural armor develops as a product of age and competition between adults for protection in intraspecific combat over food and mates.

As with other varanids, Komodo dragons have only a single ear bone, the stapes , for transferring vibrations from the tympanic membrane to the cochlea.

This arrangement means they are likely restricted to sounds in the to 2, hertz range, compared to humans who hear between 20 and 20, hertz.

This was disputed when London Zoological Garden employee Joan Procter trained a captive specimen to come out to feed at the sound of her voice, even when she could not be seen.

The Komodo dragon can see objects as far away as m ft , but because its retinas only contain cones , it is thought to have poor night vision.

It can distinguish colours, but has poor visual discrimination of stationary objects. As with many other reptiles, the Komodo dragon primarily relies on its tongue to detect, taste , and smell stimuli , with the vomeronasal sense using the Jacobson's organ , rather than using the nostrils.

The scales around the ears, lips, chin, and soles of the feet may have three or more sensory plaques. The Komodo dragon prefers hot and dry places, and typically lives in dry, open grassland, savanna, and tropical forest at low elevations.

As an ectotherm , it is most active in the day, although it exhibits some nocturnal activity. Komodo dragons are solitary, coming together only to breed and eat.

For shelter, the Komodo dragon digs holes that can measure from 1 to 3 m 3. They serve as strategic locations from which to ambush deer.

Komodo dragons are carnivores. Although they have been considered as eating mostly carrion, [6] they will frequently ambush live prey with a stealthy approach.

When suitable prey arrives near a dragon's ambush site, it will suddenly charge at the animal at high speeds and go for the underside or the throat.

They have been recorded as killing wild pigs within seconds, [39] and observations of Komodo dragons tracking prey for long distances are likely misinterpreted cases of prey escaping an attack before succumbing to infection.

Komodo dragons eat by tearing large chunks of flesh and swallowing them whole while holding the carcass down with their forelegs. For smaller prey up to the size of a goat, their loosely articulated jaws, flexible skulls, and expandable stomachs allow them to swallow prey whole.

The undigested vegetable contents of a prey animal's stomach and intestines are typically avoided. A Komodo dragon may attempt to speed up the process by ramming the carcass against a tree to force it down its throat, sometimes ramming so forcefully, the tree is knocked down.

Because of their slow metabolism, large dragons can survive on as few as 12 meals a year. After regurgitating the gastric pellet, it rubs its face in the dirt or on bushes to get rid of the mucus, suggesting it does not relish the scent of its own excretions.

The largest animals eat first, while the smaller ones follow a hierarchy. The largest male asserts his dominance and the smaller males show their submission by use of body language and rumbling hisses.

Dragons of equal size may resort to "wrestling". Losers usually retreat, though they have been known to be killed and eaten by victors.

Sometimes they consume human corpses, digging up bodies from shallow graves. The Komodo dragon drinks by sucking water into its mouth via buccal pumping a process also used for respiration , lifting its head, and letting the water run down its throat.

Although previous studies proposed that Komodo dragon saliva contains a variety of highly septic bacteria that would help to bring down prey, [42] [46] research in suggested that the bacteria in the mouths of Komodo dragons are ordinary and similar to those found in other carnivores.

They actually have surprisingly good mouth hygiene. As Bryan Fry put it: "After they are done feeding, they will spend 10 to 15 minutes lip-licking and rubbing their head in the leaves to clean their mouth Unlike people have been led to believe, they do not have chunks of rotting flesh from their meals on their teeth, cultivating bacteria.

The observation of prey dying of sepsis would then be explained by the natural instinct of water buffalos , who are not native to the islands where the Komodo dragon lives, to run into water after escaping an attack.

The warm, faeces-filled water would then cause the infections. Researchers have isolated a powerful antibacterial peptide from the blood plasma of Komodo dragons, VK Based on their analysis of this peptide, they have synthesized a short peptide dubbed DRGN-1 and tested it against multidrug-resistant MDR pathogens.

Preliminary results of these tests show that DRGN-1 is effective in killing drug-resistant bacterial strains and even some fungi.

It has the added observed benefit of significantly promoting wound healing in both uninfected and mixed biofilm infected wounds. In late , researchers at the University of Melbourne speculated the perentie Varanus giganteus , other species of monitors, and agamids may be somewhat venomous.

The team believes the immediate effects of bites from these lizards were caused by mild envenomation. Bites on human digits by a lace monitor V.

In , the same researchers published further evidence demonstrating Komodo dragons possess a venomous bite. MRI scans of a preserved skull showed the presence of two glands in the lower jaw.

The researchers extracted one of these glands from the head of a terminally ill dragon in the Singapore Zoological Gardens , and found it secreted several different toxic proteins.

The known functions of these proteins include inhibition of blood clotting, lowering of blood pressure, muscle paralysis, and the induction of hypothermia, leading to shock and loss of consciousness in envenomated prey.

Other scientists have stated that this allegation of venom glands "has had the effect of underestimating the variety of complex roles played by oral secretions in the biology of reptiles, produced a very narrow view of oral secretions and resulted in misinterpretation of reptilian evolution".

According to these scientists "reptilian oral secretions contribute to many biological roles other than to quickly dispatch prey". These researchers concluded that, "Calling all in this clade venomous implies an overall potential danger that does not exist, misleads in the assessment of medical risks, and confuses the biological assessment of squamate biochemical systems".

Mating occurs between May and August, with the eggs laid in September. These males may vomit or defecate when preparing for the fight.

Therefore, the male must fully restrain the female during coitus to avoid being hurt. Other courtship displays include males rubbing their chins on the female, hard scratches to the back, and licking.

After cutting themselves out, the hatchlings may lie in their eggshells for hours before starting to dig out of the nest.

They are born quite defenseless and are vulnerable to predation. A Komodo dragon at London Zoo named Sungai laid a clutch of eggs in late after being separated from male company for more than two years.

Scientists initially assumed she had been able to store sperm from her earlier encounter with a male, an adaptation known as superfecundation.

After Flora's eggs' condition had been discovered, testing showed Sungai's eggs were also produced without outside fertilization. The zoo has two adult female Komodo dragons, one of which laid about 17 eggs on 19—20 May Only two eggs were incubated and hatched due to space issues; the first hatched on 31 January , while the second hatched on 1 February.

Both hatchlings were males. Komodo dragons have the ZW chromosomal sex-determination system , as opposed to the mammalian XY system.

Male progeny prove Flora's unfertilised eggs were haploid n and doubled their chromosomes later to become diploid 2n by being fertilised by a polar body , or by chromosome duplication without cell division , rather than by her laying diploid eggs by one of the meiosis reduction-divisions in her ovaries failing.

When a female Komodo dragon with ZW sex chromosomes reproduces in this manner, she provides her progeny with only one chromosome from each of her pairs of chromosomes, including only one of her two sex chromosomes.

This single set of chromosomes is duplicated in the egg, which develops parthenogenetically. Eggs receiving a Z chromosome become ZZ male ; those receiving a W chromosome become WW and fail to develop, [64] [65] meaning that only males are produced by parthenogenesis in this species.

It has been hypothesised that this reproductive adaptation allows a single female to enter an isolated ecological niche such as an island and by parthenogenesis produce male offspring, thereby establishing a sexually reproducing population via reproduction with her offspring that can result in both male and female young.

Attacks on humans are rare, but Komodo dragons have been responsible for several human fatalities, in both the wild and in captivity. According to data from Komodo National Park spanning a year period between and , there were 24 reported attacks on humans, five of them fatal.

Most of the victims were local villagers living around the national park. The Komodo dragon is classified by the IUCN as a vulnerable species and is listed on the IUCN Red List.

Komodo National Park was founded in to protect Komodo dragon populations on islands including Komodo, Rinca, and Padar. Komodo dragons generally avoid encounters with humans.

Juveniles are very shy and will flee quickly into a hideout if a human comes closer than about metres ft. Older animals will also retreat from humans from a shorter distance away.

If cornered, they may react aggressively by gaping their mouth, hissing, and swinging their tail. If they are disturbed further, they may attack and bite.

Although there are anecdotes of unprovoked Komodo dragons attacking or preying on humans, most of these reports are either not reputable or have subsequently been interpreted as defensive bites.

Only a very few cases are truly the result of unprovoked attacks by abnormal individuals which lost their fear of humans.

Volcanic activity, earthquakes, loss of habitat, fire, [28] [19] tourism, loss of prey due to poaching , and illegal poaching of the dragons themselves have all contributed to the vulnerable status of the Komodo dragon.

Under Appendix I of CITES the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species , commercial trade of Komodo dragon skins or specimens is illegal.

In , the total population of Komodo dragons in the wild was assessed as 3, individuals, declining to 3, in and 3, in Populations remained relatively stable on the bigger islands Komodo and Rinca , but decreased on smaller islands such as Nusa Kode and Gili Motang, likely due to diminishing prey availability.

Komodo dragons have long been sought-after zoo attractions, where their size and reputation make them popular exhibits.

They are, however, rare in zoos because they are susceptible to infection and parasitic disease if captured from the wild, and do not readily reproduce in captivity.

A Komodo dragon was exhibited in in the United States at the National Zoo in Washington, D. More attempts to exhibit Komodo dragons were made, but the lifespan of the animals proved very short, averaging five years in the National Zoological Park.

Studies done by Walter Auffenberg, which were documented in his book The Behavioral Ecology of the Komodo Monitor , eventually allowed for more successful management and breeding of the dragons in captivity.

A variety of behaviors have been observed from captive specimens. Most individuals become relatively tame within a short time, [80] [81] and are capable of recognising individual humans and discriminating between familiar and unfamiliar keepers.

This behavior does not seem to be "food-motivated predatory behavior". Even seemingly docile dragons may become unpredictably aggressive, especially when the animal's territory is invaded by someone unfamiliar.

In June , a Komodo dragon seriously injured Phil Bronstein , the then-husband of actress Sharon Stone , when he entered its enclosure at the Los Angeles Zoo after being invited in by its keeper.

Bronstein was bitten on his bare foot, as the keeper had told him to take off his white shoes and socks, which the keeper stated could potentially excite the Komodo dragon as they were the same colour as the white rats the zoo fed the dragon.

There are occasional reports of illegal attempts to trade in live Komodo dragons. The most recent attempt was in March , when Indonesian police in the East Java city of Surabaya reported that a criminal network had been caught trying to smuggle 41 young Komodo dragons out of Indonesia.

The plan was said to include shipping the animals to several other countries in Southeast Asia through Singapore.

The Komodo dragon Varanus komodoensis , also known as the Komodo monitor, is a species of lizard found in the Indonesian islands of Komodo , Rinca , Flores , and Gili Motang.

A member of the monitor lizard family Varanidae , it is the largest extant species of lizard, growing to a maximum length of 3 metres 10 ft in rare cases and weighing up to approximately 70 kilograms lb.

However, recent research suggests the large size of Komodo dragons may be better understood as representative of a relict population of very large varanid lizards that once lived across Indonesia and Australia, most of which, along with other megafauna , died out after the Pleistocene as a result of human activity.

Fossils very similar to V. Komodo dragons hunt and ambush prey including invertebrates , birds , and mammals.

Komodo dragons also occasionally attack humans. The eggs are incubated for seven to eight months, hatching in April, when insects are most plentiful.

Their large size and fearsome reputation make them popular zoo exhibits. They are protected under Indonesian law , and Komodo National Park was founded in to aid protection efforts.

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Lifespan, longevity, and ageing provided by AnAge articles. Maximum longevity: 25 years captivity Observations: Little is known about the lifespan of the Komodo dragon.

Anecdotal reports of animals living up to 50 years in the wild are plausible but remain unverified.

Reproduction provided by Animal Diversity Web. Mating System: polygynandrous promiscuous The mating season of Varanus komodoensis occurs yearly in July and August.

Breeding season: Breeding occurs from July to September. Range number of offspring: 30 high. Average gestation period: 8 months. Average age at sexual or reproductive maturity female : 9 years.

Average age at sexual or reproductive maturity male : 10 years. Key Reproductive Features: iteroparous ; seasonal breeding ; sexual ; oviparous Average birth mass: g.

Average gestation period: 49 days. Average number of offspring: Behavior provided by Animal Diversity Web. Communication Channels: visual ; tactile ; chemical Other Communication Modes: pheromones Perception Channels: visual ; tactile ; acoustic ; chemical.

Conservation Status provided by Animal Diversity Web. US Federal List: endangered CITES: appendix i IUCN Red List of Threatened Species: vulnerable.

Life Cycle provided by Animal Diversity Web. Benefits provided by Animal Diversity Web. Negative Impacts: injures humans. Positive Impacts: ecotourism ; research and education.

Associations provided by Animal Diversity Web. Trophic Strategy provided by Animal Diversity Web. Animal Foods: birds; mammals; reptiles; eggs; carrion ; insects Primary Diet: carnivore Eats terrestrial vertebrates, Scavenger.

Distribution provided by Animal Diversity Web. Biogeographic Regions: oriental Native Other Geographic Terms: island endemic.

Habitat provided by Animal Diversity Web. Range elevation: 0 to m. Habitat Regions: tropical ; terrestrial Terrestrial Biomes: savanna or grassland ; forest.

Life Expectancy provided by Animal Diversity Web. Average lifespan Status: wild : 50 years. Morphology provided by Animal Diversity Web. Range mass: high kg.

Range length: 3. Other Physical Features: heterothermic Sexual Dimorphism: male larger. Biology provided by Arkive. Adult Komodo dragons are generally solitary, although groups may gather around a kill.

They are powerful predators and their voracious appetite has further fuelled their ferocious image. Both carrion and live prey are consumed; adults ambush deer, water buffalo and wild pigs, and carcasses can be detected from up to 10 km away 2.

The large powerful jaws tear at prey and large amounts can be eaten with surprising speed, only a small percentage of the kill is discarded 5.

Recent research into the feeding behaviour of the Komodo dragon has shown that it is actually venomous, possessing complex venom glands in its jaw, which excrete a variety of toxic substances that prevent blood clotting and lower blood pressure in its prey.

In contrast to the elaborate venom injection system used by snakes, the Komodo dragon's venom is administered relatively crudely, seeping into the large wounds made by the teeth.

This means that even if the injured animal escapes, it will rapidly succumb to shock and blood loss induced by the venom.

It was previously believed that toxic bacteria found in the Komodo dragon's mouth help to take down prey by infecting bite wounds, leading to fatal blood poisoning.

However, studies have indicated that this may not be the case, and that the venom is the main agent by which prey is subdued 6. The mating season occurs between May and June 2 ; males compete for access to receptive females by wrestling, rearing-up on their hind legs supported by their thick, muscular tail 5.

In July and August, females lay and then incubate their clutch of around 25 eggs in depressions dug into the ground 4. Eggs incubate for up to nine months before hatching 2.

Juveniles are extremely vulnerable to predation and spend their first year of life in the relatively protected habitat of the trees 7.

Young dragons will feed on snakes, lizards and rodents 4. Conservation provided by Arkive. Komodo and surrounding islands lie within the Komodo National Park 5.

Law has protected these dragons since the s 4 , and international trade is prohibited by their listing on Appendix I of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species CITES 3.

An important tourist trade has sprung-up around these spectacular creatures, bringing over 18, visitors to the area each year; it is hoped that this economic incentive will help to safeguard the future of these awesome dragons 5.

Description provided by Arkive. The Komodo dragons are the largest lizards in the world 4 , and with their ancient appearance and evocative name they conjure up the stuff of legends.

The heavy-set body is long with stocky legs and a long muscular tail; the scaly skin is greyish-brown all over 4. Dragons from the island of Flores however, are earthen-red in colour with a yellow head 2.

Juveniles have a more striking pattern with very variable combinations of bands and speckling in yellow, green, grey and brown 4.

Komodos have a well-developed sense of smell and their long, forked yellow tongue resembles the mythical, fire-breathing dragons of their name.

Habitat provided by Arkive. The three islands where Komodo dragons live are all volcanic; they inhabit the lower monsoon forests and savannah up to about metres above sea level 2.

Range provided by Arkive. Found on the island of Komodo in Indonesia, from which they have received their common name; these dragons are also found on the neighbouring islands of Rinca and Flores 2.

Status provided by Arkive. Classified as Vulnerable VU on the IUCN Red List 1 , and listed on Appendix I of CITES 3. Threats provided by Arkive.

The population of Komodo dragons today is estimated to be a mere fraction of its size 50 years ago 4. Causes of this decline are widespread habitat loss throughout the region, a loss of prey species and hunting 4.

No Komodo dragons have been seen on the island of Padar since the s, the result of widespread poaching of the deer that constitute their chief prey source 5.

Morphology provided by EOL authors. Editors: Anneke DeLuycker, Jim McNeil. Reproduction provided by EOL authors. Behavior provided by EOL authors.

Habitat provided by EOL authors. Distribution provided by ReptileDB. Continent: Asia Distribution: Komodo, Padar, Rintja, Flores, Lesser Sunda region of Indonesia Type locality: Komodo Island, Lesser Sunda Islands, Indonesia.

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