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Komodo Dragon

Varanus komodoensis is commonly known as the Komodo Dragon or Komodo Monitor.  This is a very large species of lizard found on the Indonesian islands.  The Komodo Dragon is the largest living species of lizard growing up to 10 feet (3 metres) in length and 150 lbs (70 kilograms) in weight.


The Komodo Dragon is located in the Australasia Section of the Toronto Zoo. 

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Toronto Zoo Komodo Dragon

Toronto Zoo Komodo Dragon - 1
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Brown scaly Komodo Dragon skin

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Did you know... 

that the Komodo Dragon has two glands in its lower jaw which secrete toxic proteins making their bites venomous and having an anticoagulant.


Did you also know... 

that the Komodo Dragon's forked tongue is used to sense its surroundings by tasting the air?


Head of Komodo Dragon

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Reptiles !

In the Book "The lectures of Linnaeus concerning the Animal Kingdom", published about 100 years ago, Carl Linnaeus wrote in the beginning of his Chapter on Amphibia that animals in this Chapter are "the ugliest, most cruel and most poisoning".  He expressed that he was happy that our Creator put rather few of these animals into this class.  If there had been more, they would have hurt the other species.

Carl Linnaeus (1701-1778) was a Swedish botanist, physician and zoologist.  He is known as the father of taxonomy and the one who laid the foundations for our current biological naming scheme.

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Reptiles breathe air!

Almost all reptiles lay shelled eggs!


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The King Cobra is the largest venomous snake in the world.  It is 12 feet long! 

Frogs breathe with their lungs but also their skin!






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Reptiles have holes instead of ears!

Reptiles today live on every continent except Antarctica!

Most reptiles have a 3-chambered heart!


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