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How Big Can It Get? Dragonzilla

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How Big Can It Get? Dragonzilla
Up to 10 feet long and 300 pounds of pure menace, the Komodo dragon is the world's largest lizard — and scientists believe it has a genetic link to reach even larger proportions. Evidence suggests the Komodo is related to the ancient Megalania, a monstrous lizard measuring 23 feet long and weighing some 800 pounds. Join a team of experts tracking and tagging wild Komodos as part of a yearlong research project to understand the giant lizard.

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