Not just size but venom too

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In 2005 scientists discovered that Komodo dragons are venomous. They secrete venom from glands in their jaw that then mixes with their saliva.

Baby Komodo dragons spend their first five to six years in the trees to avoid being eaten by adult dragons.

 

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