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"SELAMAT PAGI" : "GOOD MORNING" in Indonesian Language. LEARN BASIC BAHASA INDONESIA IN JAKARTA OR ONLINE, with Language Studies Indonesia.

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COMMON INDONESIAN PHRASES :

good morning  in Indonesian language

thank you  in Indonesian language       

hello  in Indonesian language               

Indonesian language name                  

:  selamat pagi

terima kasih

halo

Bahasa Indonesia

The Only Place in The World Where Komodo Dragons Exist

The world’s largest lizards are ectotherms, for starters, and this means their energy levels vary with the heat of the day. But even when they’re all charged up after basking in the sun, that energy must be carefully conserved for foraging and mating. More than anything, these lizards are prone to lounging.


The Komodo dragon is the largest living lizard in the world. These wild dragons typically weigh about 154 pounds (70 kilograms), but the largest verified specimen reached a length of 10.3 feet (3.13 meters) and weighed 366 pounds (166 kilograms). Males tend to grow larger and bulkier than females.


There may be other animals in the world claiming the name dragon—bearded dragons, Chinese water dragons, and otherworldly looking aquatic sea dragons. There are dragonflies, pink dragon millipedes, tiny gliding reptiles known as flying dragons, deep-sea black dragonfish, and sharp-scaled dragonsnakes. But of all the animals on this planet that have been named after mythical reptiles, nothing compares to the Komodo Dragon.


A foot-long forked tongues. Venomous slobber. Scales like medieval chainmail.


Let’s watch the full video about the Komodo Dragons only by clicking the link below:

Enjoy!