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Answered Nov 21, 2019
The Komodo Dragon’s diet dramatically varies, as it depends on what is available. Their food sources include other reptiles, birds, bird eggs, monkeys, wild boar, goats, deer, horses, and water buffalo. Young dragons will consume insects, eggs, geckos, and small mammals.
It is easiest for them to catch beetles, ants, and grasshoppers. Since they are the giant lizards in the world, they ambush their predators. These impressive creatures are known to eat as much as 80 percent of their entire body weight at one time. The hatchlings spend most of their time on trees because they are so small that adult dragons easily kill them.