Bali Safari Park Successfully Hatched Komodo DragonIn
Bali Safari Park Successfully Hatched Komodo Dragon. Bali Safari Park, Komodo Dragons are being conserved in order to maintain their population in the wild. Pan out on March 2022, the Komodo Dragon finally hatched naturally on the area.
Great Achievement from Bali Safari Park
This is also a heartwarming news considering Bali Safari Park is the first animal conservation institution in Bali to successfully hatch this large lizard. Bali Safari Park Successfully Hatched Komodo Dragon.
These babies of Komodo Dragon which are still less than 1 month old are currently being taken care of by the Bali Safari Park Veterinarian Team. As one of the Vets who looks after them, drh. Yohana Kusumaningtyas says, “Currently, the condition of the Komodo babies is very healthy and active. We regularly feed them 2 times a week, as well as weighing them every 2 weeks. The amount of feed is adjusted by the body weight of each baby.”
The hatching program of Komodo Dragons in Bali Safari Park is one of the greatest achievements of Bali Safari Park. Previously, at the end of 2021, Bali Safari Park also had success with the birth of Hyena, Pygmy Hippo, and Zebra. The Assistant Curator of Bali Safari Park, Ida Ayu Ari Janiawati says, “This is the first successful hatching of Komodo Dragons in Bali, as they are hatching naturally here.”
“This is proof of the seriousness of Bali Safari Park as the best conservation institution in Bali. Hopefully, these babies will grow up well, and the Komodo Dragons in Bali Safari Park can breed continuously in the future,” she added.
The success of the conservation program is also realized because of the continuous support from the entire community who tirelessly supports animal conservation activities at Bali Safari Park. We hope that these babies can grow up well and be able to meet safari lovers as soon as possible.
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Learn More About Komodo Dragon
Komodo Dragon is the largest lizard in the world that is endemic to East Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia. These lizards are native to the islands of Komodo, Rinca, Flores, Gili Motang, and Padar.
Currently, the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) listed Komodo as a vulnerable species. Volcanic activity, earthquakes, habitat destruction, and poaching are the main causes of the decline in the population. This species might become extinct if things like that happen continuously. Therefore, the Indonesian Government has implemented laws and regulations to protect the Komodo Dragon.
See here if you are interested in learning more about them, or witness them with your own eyes at Bali Safari Park! Experience this safari activity to have a closer look at the world’s most dangerous and venomous lizard.