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Travel Tips in labuhan bajo


Stay Safe in Komodo National Park

Komodo Dragon is not friendly to human, it has history of attacking human. Getting too close to this big lizard have to be done with utmost caution. You should visit this park via the park's office and ask for a guide and stick close to him. Do not wander off or do anything without his consent. You may be given a large pole with a split on the end, forming a "Y" shape. This can be used as a walking pole or for moving things on your path - however, if wild animals threaten, it can be used as a last form of defense. Overall, try keeping a watchful eye and steer clear of any wildlife.

During annual feeding time, Komodo may approach the guest rest area, in this case you should find a building and stay clear from the railings. Komodo can and will jump to obtain food if necessary. Park rangers are usually present at these events and will deflect any Komodos trying to get in.

Komodos are extremely dangerous if close enough. They can run faster than humans, so best not approach if necessary. Jumping into water doesn't help either, as they can swim faster than humans, can dive, and can also swim against strong currents. Komodo is the largest known poisonous animal. The poison is slow acting but anyone bitten will require medical treatment. Furthermore their jaws can mean instant death. It may also charge at its victims. It's tail is equally deadly and may be swung dangerously, knocking victims off their feet.

Younger Komodo may live in trees. While not as dangerous as their parents, they can still jump off suddenly and cause panic. Snakes, monitor lizards, and other animals are also present and may cause minor problems.

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Komodo National Park

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Komodo National Park




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