Baby Komodo dragons are called hatchlings. As they grow a bit older, they don't have a special name; they are just referred to as babies. More »

Komodo dragons live in tropical savannas. They are only found naturally on Komodo Island and a few other islands in Indonesia and are the largest member of the lizard species. More »

Komodo dragons have several key adaptations, including long and sharp claws, sharp teeth and strong jaws, powerful venom and the ability to run at high speeds. Komodo dragons can grow to be quite large, but despite their... More »

Komodo dragons live in tropical savannas. They are only found naturally on Komodo Island and a few other islands in Indonesia and are the largest member of the lizard species. More »

The offspring of dragons are referred to as hatchlings, wyrmlings or whelps in most fantasy settings and stories. While they vary in size, most dragons seem to share a few common traits, such as the ability to fly and br... More »

While it can be difficult to differentiate between male and female bearded dragons as hatchlings, adult males have a series of visible holes on the underside of their back legs and bulges around the anus. Care must be ta... More »

Because Komodo dragons are at the top of the food chain, they eat almost anything they can find, including carrion, deer, pigs and smaller Komodo dragons. They have even been known to kill and eat humans. More »