Gluttony devours a giant goat, a komodo dragon, and almost dies from being stabbed in the throat by the goat’s sharp horn


Goats are big creatures. The goats’ sizes can vary depending on how well the habitat suits them. The fact that the goats are herbivores and live in an environment that is largely uncontrolled suggests that they are susceptible to other ferocious animals.

Of course, herbivores are prey in the wild. Attacks will be easier to launch against larger targets. If they can’t establish themselves with the same strength and confidence as elephants or giraffes, it’s just a matter of time until they are killed. Since large goats are usually prey to predators, they require human protection. Since goats are a food source, humans will likewise defend them; this defense is mutual.

Sadly, though, a massive Komodo dragon attacked and killed this goat. The Komodo dragon wanted to swallow the goat, but it was much bigger than its mouth. The Komodo dragon tried to consume it, but the goat’s horn sprung out and stabbed it in the throat. After much struggle, the Komodo dragon was able to escape and changed its route to devour the goat.


The largest reptile currently living on Earth is the Komodo dragon, which may reach lengths of up to 10 feet and weights of 150 pounds or more. Despite the fact that it may resemble a miniature version of the mythical dragons you see in movies, this living fossil cannot fly or spew fire. However, it does have some terrifying features, such ᴠᴇɴᴏᴍᴏᴜs fangs, quickness, and armored skin.


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