Zookeepers Are Breeding Komodo Dragons So They Don’t Go Extinct
Young dragons, their forked tongues darting, creep around a zoo enclosure in the city of Surabaya. Enter another effect of climate change: the potential extinction of the Komodo dragon. Experts are now trying to breed more of them to prevent that from happening. Zookeepers say they hope future generations would still be able to see the dragons in real life, not just in pictures. Inside Edition Digital’s Stephanie Officer explains.