You are looking for trouble! Komodos in a fight to the finish
One of the enormous Komodos was resting under a tree in Indonesia, when the other approached spoiling for a fight. The two males then started spitting at each other before trying to whip each other’s tails. The pugnacious lizards then launched into a wrestling match and competed for dominance. Komodo dragons are the largest lizard species in the world, and usually fight during mating season. Komodo dragons are believed to hunt with a “bite and wait” strategy using toxic bacteria in their saliva to weaken or kill their prey, before descending in numbers to feast. The world’s largest monitor lizard, Komodos can grow up to three metres (10 feet) long and weigh up to 140 kilograms (310 pounds). They are unique to a small group of islands in eastern Indonesia.