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Updated on January 16, 2023
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Komodo dragons can grow to be a whopping ten foot long and average 80-90 kilogram, although some have weighed much more. In complete contrast, iguanas can grow to be about 5 feet long but only weigh around 4 kilograms, much less than a komodo dragon.
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1Are marine iguanas bigger than Komodo dragons?
The Iguanas and Komodo dragons are two of the most elusive lizards in the animal world. However, these two species of monitor lizards are not similar, and they could not be more different! The key difference that sets them apart is that Komodo dragons are much larger than iguanas and Komodo dragons.
2What animal can beat a Komodo dragon?
The Honey Badger is one of the world’s most feared animals. It’s speed, mobility, combat, and combat prowess will almost certainly find a way to defy the larger, slower Komodo Dragon.
It’s speed, mobility, combat, and combat prowess will almost certainly find a way to defy the larger, slower Komodo Dragon.
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3What lizard is bigger than a Komodo dragon?
The peregrine (Varanus giganteus) is Australia’s most popular monitor lizard or goanna. It’s one of the world’s biggest living lizards, after the Komodo dragon, Asian water monitor, crocodile monitor, and Nile monitor intersects by size.
4What is the difference between an iguana and a Komodo dragon?
For one, komodo dragons are much larger, growing to ten feet in length compared to iguanas, which can only grow to about five feet. In addition, komodo dragons are carnivores, while iguanas are herbivores. Komodo dragons also have a venomous bite, although iguanas do not.
5What kind of iguana is Godzilla?
Galapagos Marine Iguana
6Who would win a cobra or a Komodo dragon?
The king cobra is the world’s largest snake, while the Komodo dragon is the world’s largest lizard. Both reptiles have very different ways of attacking prey. In a war, a Komodo dragon would defeat a king cobra.
Komodo dragons are large monitor lizards that ambush, pursue, and kill a wide variety of animals in South East Asia, including humans from time to time. They share lands with many other animals. The king cobra is a significant threat to humans in this region.
In a match against a Komodo dragon, a crocodile would triumph. Crocodiles are simply too large and heavy for a Komodo dragon to fight back against.
One likely result would be the crocodile awaiting the Komodo dragon’s drowning and dragging it under the waves for a brutal death.
8Can a Komodo dragon beat a gorilla?
Since the Komodo dragon can’t envenomate or overpower the gorilla, it will forfeit the game. The fight will most likely begin with an ambush, and the Komodo dragon will get first blood. However, with a blood-curling roar, the gorilla will strike the Komodo dragon.
It can be used to lift and manipulate the lizard, with the possibility of breaking limbs or breaking other bones. With repeated beatings against the ground, bites into the skull, and sheer rage, the gorilla will be the king.
9What eats Komodo dragons?
What Eats It? Adult dragons, feral dogs, wild boars, civet cats, and snakes prey juvenile dragons, but juvenile dragons are preyed upon by adult dragons, civet cats, and snakes. Except during breeding, Komodo dragons are solitary, but groups of dragons can gather to eat at a kill.
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11Is a Komodo dragon stronger than a lion?
A lion would win a fight against a Komodo dragon. Lions are bigger, heavier, and have something that the Komodo dragon lacks: the ability to kill their opponents with a single blow.
Sure, the Komodo dragon has osteoderms that can prevent some harm from being done, but a lion can bite the less-guarded neck of the lizard and kill it quickly.
That is not to say that the lion walks away without a scratch. If the lion ambushes, tackles, and landslide in the first salvo, it’s likely to get a fair share of cuts and bites. If it does get bites, the wounds will not heal well due to the Komodo dragon’s unique saliva.
Komodo dragons have shark-like teeth and poisonous venom that can kill a person within hours of a bite.
13Are Komodo dragons friendly?
Let’s get one thing straight: Komodo dragons will eat anything that has—or once had—a heartbeat, even humans. They have been known to dig the dead out of graves and even bite live humans. A estimated 24 people were killed by Komodo dragons between 1974 and 2012, five of whom died.
14Has a Komodo dragon eaten a human?
Young Komodos will eat insects, eggs, geckos, and small mammals, while adults prefer to hunt large mammals. Occasionally, they attack and bite humans. They may eat human remains or dig up bodies from shallow graves.
  : The villagers of Komodo were compelled to move their graves from sandy to clay ground, with pile rocks on top of them to discourage the lizards from attacking them.