Adorable baby komodo dragons born in Indonesia zoo

Seven tiny cute little baby komodo dragons have been born in a zoo in Indonesia's East Java Province. You'll want to watch the BBC News video.


  1. I still think one of the most chilling things I have ever seen on a David Attenbrough wildlife programme was when a Komodo dragon attacked and bit a cow and just followed it around for days waiting for an infection to set in and kill it.

    Their was a “making of” bit at the end and the cameramen admitted that it was one of the hardest things they ever had to film

    1. Sounds gruesome.  I wonder what it is about the Komodo’s biology that allows it to comfortably harbor these bacteria and eat the infected meat without any problems.

    1. No. Every human that ever saw a Komodo dragon before 1913 was chased down, bitten, and followed unto infectious death. Komerta.

      1. Those that the Komodo didn’t bite were relentlessly hounded online via social media.

  2. I like to imagine that the public got their first awesome glimpse of these baby komodo dragons as they perched peacefully on the naked, ash-covered body of a lithe blonde zookeeper.

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