How Many Komodo Dragons Are Left in the World?


There are only about 3000 Komodo dragons left in the world. These are monitor lizards with a long neck. They grow to be about 8 inches long in some places, but 10 feet in others.
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There are approximately 4,000 to 5,000 Komodo dragons in the wild. They live on the islands of Gili Motang, Gili Dasami, Rinca, Komodo, and Flores in Indonesia. Their conservation
A recent estimate puts the number of individuals at about 1,100 -
The bigger question would be how they didn't get eaten. Those are one of the animals that actively hunt humans.
Komodo dragon leaving no more than 2000.
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