Definition of Komodo dragon in English:

Komodo dragon

Syllabification: Ko·mo·do drag·on

noun

A heavily built monitor lizard that captures large prey such as pigs by ambush. Occurring only on Komodo and neighboring Indonesian islands, it is the largest living lizard.
  • Varanus komodoensis, family Varanidae
More example sentences
  • A monitor lizard the size of a Komodo dragon saunters out of the jungle and slips into the sea.
  • How did he get to the remote regions of the earth to collect exotic butterflies and Komodo dragons?
  • Last week they decided to show an item about a veterinarian who practiced acupuncture on a Komodo dragon.

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