The dragon that still roams our earth today

The largest species of lizard that still roams the earth today is the Komodo dragon. This monster LEGO version, built by Dennis Qiu, is made from about 5500 bricks and sports a very lifelike menacing pose. It might surprise some to know that recently researchers have discovered that Komodo dragons can reproduce without mating ensuring a single isolated female can have male offspring and ensure the species continues. Dennis has used a lot of curved slopes and wedges to achieve this shapely, pose-able LEGO version of the Komodo.

Dragon Komodo from Nusa Tenggar Timur - Indonesia

A brave minifigure has volunteered to stand next to this beast to give a sense of its huge scale.

Dragon Komodo from Nusa Tenggar Timur - Indonesia

1 comment on “The dragon that still roams our earth today

  1. Purple Dave

    On the plus side, they’re strictly carnivorous, so disguising oneself as an ear of corn is pretty smart, considering how little chance a Minifig McNugget would stand against that thing.

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