Komodo Island in Indonesia: Sundaland, Indonesian Paradise Flying Snakes, and the Deadly Saliva of the Komodo Dragon

Komodo Island, Indonesia is a desert as it receives sun for more than 7 months of the year and as little as 800 milliliters of rain fall. Water buffalo and deer feed upon the thorny vegetation which sprouts up during the short monsoon season. Temperatures in this region can reach up to 40 degrees Celsius. During times of lower sea levels, many Indonesian islands including Borneo, and Indonesia, Java, Indonesia. This ancient land mass is referred to as “Sundaland” (pronounced “sun-dah-land”). Ani...

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