Komodo Dragon Stamps edited by Philip R. Burns. Clickable images of Komodo stamps, with text focusing on the relationship between Komodos and megalania. See his cryptozoology (sightings of extinct or mythical animals) page.
Tintin and the Komodos. My own brief observations about the monitor that lumbers into and off the stage in Herge's Flight 714.
"Primal Patterns of Behavior" by Dr. C. George Boeree. This is a fun page that narrates an American couple's life, and then adds how these relate to "Primal Patterns of Behavior." eg., "They have quite a few friends at work (Formation of social groups) and like to get together (Flocking)." It concludes with an illustration of the human "reptilian" brain and the tag "Is there a komodo dragon inside YOU?" Unfortunately, some of the example don't apply to the komodo any better than they apply to humans. Komodos don't flock. And you could write the paragraph in reverse, and demonstrate that the Komodo dragon has a "human" brain underneath it all. After all, "The Komodo dragon likes eating boar (Eating hotdogs) which it secures by making a mad dash (Running into the ballpark to get hotdogs)." Ok, I'll shut up now.
"Komodo Dragon Hatching" from Ben Greishaw's Herp Artworks
Babies in Danger!I love these pictures. I just had to include them. It's fascinating how people take to these statues.
If you enjoy this site you may also like my other animal site:
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Seahorse and Sea Dragon Central. Over 200 links on seahorses, and a thumbnail images section like this site.
Giraffe Central. Over 200 giraffe sites, and a thumbnail gallery of over 100 images.
Echidna Central. Over 100 links about that odd egg-laying Australian mammal.