Have you ever thought of seeing giant dragons roaming around the earth? Come and visit East Nusa Tenggara Province in the pacific side of Indonesia where you can see the world’s largest and oldest reptiles found on the planet.
Nowadays, there are 3022 Komodo dragons endemic to eastern part of Indonesia’s Komodo National Park. Weighing over 70 kgs reaching 3 metres in lengths, this endangered species have sharp teeth and poisonous saliva though!. So keep a distance from this prehistoric animal!