TB1308-Dr. Komodo Dragon (Varanus komodensis) swimming in shallow water along the beach at low tide. This endangered lizard is the largest in the world at 10 feet long and 200 pounds. It is an excellent swimmer, though usually found in the forest or dry grasslands. Its forked tongue acts as sensory organ, helping it to smell its environment. Rinca Island, Indonesia, Pacific Ocean.<br />
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Komodo dragon picture from Indonesia
TB1308-Dr. Komodo Dragon (Varanus komodensis) swimming in shallow water along the beach at low tide. This endangered lizard is the largest in the world at 10 feet long and 200 pounds. It is an excellent swimmer, though usually found in the forest or dry grasslands. Its forked tongue acts as sensory organ, helping it to smell its environment. Rinca Island, Indonesia, Pacific Ocean.
Photo Copyright © Brandon Cole. All rights reserved worldwide. www.brandoncole.com

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