The komodo is the world's largest lizard. They only live on three islands in Indonesia and grow up to be 10 feet long.
Mesker park has three of them: a fully grown female and two babies.
"Komodos are a league in and of themselves," said Brian Blis of Mesker Park Zoo. "They are the tiger, jaguar, crocodile of the lizard world. So, this is something really special."
The younger lizards have to be kept in a separate enclosure across the room. Zoo keepers tell us komodo dragons will eat anything that moves including their own young.
If you want to go see them, Boo at the Zoo is open this week, a family friendly adventure.