Can I keep a Komodo dragon as a pet? No, You can’t. It’s not legal in any state to keep a Komodo dragon on your property. The reason why it’s illegal is that it’s a dangerous animal and it has a poisonous bite.
What if a Komodo dragon bites you?
Komodos have large, serrated teeth (like a shark’s) that they use to grip prey and rip open its flesh, he added. The venom these creatures inject into their prey with every deep bite contains toxins that result in anticoagulation (the inability to stop bleeding) and hypotension (low blood pressure), Fry said.
Can a Komodo dragon kill a lion?
It would tear the lizard to pieces. Although the black mamba is extremely deadly the komodo dragon would win because it is highly immune to bacteria and toxins. However if the komodo managed to bite the lion its likely the lion would later die from infection.
What lizards can you own in Australia?
The most popular Australian reptiles to keep are the Blue-tongue Lizard, Tiliqua scincoides, and the Central Bearded Dragon, Pogona vitticeps, both of which are interesting and easy to care for.