Survival of the fittest is the law of nature, so when predator faces its prey, a severe fight ensues. There are so many brutal fights that take place in the wild and videos of them keep coming up on social media every few days. An old video of a Komodo Dragon killing a turtle by eating its head off on one certain beach is going viral on the internet. In the video, the giant lizard attacks the turtle, enters the shell of its prey, and once it's done, he casts away the shell. The entire fight was caught on video and shared on Twitter recently. Komodo Dragon Eats a Whole Monkey Within Seconds! Terrifying Footage From Indonesia Goes Viral.
If you are fond of the wild and the conflicts, then it can be interesting for you. A Twitter user named @DruTheMonster_ shared this video and rightly wrote, "Nature is GANGSTA," in the caption. Although it is not clear where the video is taken from but Komodo Dragons are found in Indonesian islands. Video of Cobra Swallowing a Whole Python in Philippines Goes Viral! Rare Snake Fight Caught on Camera.
Watch the Video of Komodo Dragon Devouring a Turtle:
Komodo Dragon ate the turtle and rocked it like a fitted. Nature is GANGSTA. pic.twitter.com/TzAggS9qQu
— Dru The Monster (@DruTheMonster_) November 12, 2019
The video has got over 2 million views and 65,000 plus retweets. People also expressed some fear of watching this clip. Someone commented, "Damn, nature! You scary!" While another user wrote, "He threw the shell down like: 'Is this your King?!'" The walk of control by the dragon is actually scary. At first, it looks like the lizard has its head stuck in the shell of the turtle but towards the end when he flips it off, it becomes clear, he devoured his prey. Komodo Dragons are fearful animals that feast on some snakes. These lizards have a kind of bacteria in their saliva which helps them kill their prey.
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