Komodo dragon exhibition opens in S China's Guangdong

2024-02-04 Editor : Luo Pan ECNS App Download

As the Year of the Dragon approaches, the construction of a new Komodo dragon exhibition hall was completed on Saturday at the Chimelong Safari Park in Guangzhou, south China's Guangdong Province. 

The new exhibition hall provides visitors with an opportunity to observe these dragons in an environment that closely mimics their natural habitat, offering an educational and immersive experience. 

Native to Indonesia, primarily the Komodo Island, Komodo dragons are the largest living species of lizard, known for their formidable size and distinctive appearance. 

The Chimelong Safari Park, which is home to 25 Komodo dragons, is the largest breeding base of the species in China. 

(Reported by Wang Qingran; Edited by Ma Yuxuan)



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