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Nature’s Cruel Reality: Baby Monkey’s Terrifying Experience in the Mouth of a Hungry Komodo Dragon!


The Komodo dragon is the largest living lizard in the world, capable of reaching lengths of up to 10 feet (3 meters) and weighing up to 150 pounds (70 kilograms).

Komodo dragons employ a stalking technique to ambush their prey. While they don’t have venom glands like some other reptiles, they possess bacteria in their mouths that can cause severe infections.

A terrifying moment when you witness the sight of a Komodo Dragon hunting. An unlucky baby monkey was captured and held tightly in the mouth of the Komodo dragon.


The little monkey cried out in agony and tried to escape death but its survival rate was zero.

The Komodo Dragon quickly finds a way to devour its prey and end its perfect hunt.

The small and sharp teeth of Komodo dragons only help them hold their prey tightly to create bleeding wounds, the Komodo dragon’s habit is to swallow small animals.


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