Animal of the week.
The Komodo Dragon is the largest reptile in the world getting up to 10 ft long and weighing up to 330lbs! The Dragon is a carnivore which means it eats meat, in the wild Komodo Dragons can live up to 30 years. It's vulnerable so it is not endangered or extinct, the Komodo Dragons current population is unknown.
The Fossa is a very special animal, it is endemic to the African island of Madagascar, the Fossa is the only wild cat in Madagascar lions didn't make it there. Fossa's are the top predators in Madagascar, being carnivores they could eat pretty much every animal on the island, everyone's gotta look out for the Fossa! In the jungles of Madagascar the Fossa can live to 15 years, from head to behind the Fossa is 23.5 to 30 in; while its tail is 22 to 28 in. The Fossa can weigh 15.5 to 26.5 lbs. Have anymore cool endemic animals in mind? let me know in your comment down below.