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Man you guys are 100% wrong here.
Please explain how I am fully wrong in this matter? The Komodo Dragon has a bite that contains secreted different toxic proteins and saliva that causes hypotension, and as far as this notion goes, no subspecies of Wolves or any of the Canine family have been found being immune to this problem. Add all of this together and the Wolf is going to bleed out and feeling woozy throughout the fight giving the KD a huge opportunity.
The Wolf absolutely stomps this fight.
First off, the Komodo dragon is slow AF! It wont ever land a bite and will be outmaneuvered.
Wolves are extremely agile and take extreme measures to avoid any fatal attack but dont forget that KD's are Monitor Lizards. They aren't defenseless stand-by carnivores who are just going to let another carnivore get the jump or sneak up on behind him. Trying to plan an attack form the back would just lead the Komodo to use its tail whip which in some recordings have been strong enough to do some highly amount of damage on a Man's rib. (Unfortunately I cant find them anymore)https://youtu.be/RKWjdqKvMiI?list=LL
While they might not be as fast as the next Mammal, they still are pretty quick, and enough to pressure the Wolf to retreat from action letting the Komodo land a bite on it since they are full on attackers once they decide to make the move, again not willing to ask questions later. Wolves as we know, fighting something very aggressive is going to make it rethink and fall back. this is actually going to be an inability for it since it wont be landing those deadly bites it can use.
Secondly, the Wolf takes on tougher prey than a Komodo Dragon. Seriously, this isnt even a match.
Dont get sidetracked here, this is a 1v1, not a pack were he and his group are going to be making coordinations to take one something like a Grizzly or Black Bear. Which animal out there were the Gray wolf inhabits' in is tougher prey? It is has happened but its extremely rare for a lone Wolf to take down an Elk, Moose, or Buffalo. Better yet, do any of those tougher "prey" have the same distinguished futures and characteristics as the Komodo Dragon does? Because if they can then i'd be pleased if you show me an animal were the Gray Wolves inherit that is even remotely close to the KD in terms of what its packing and its type of behavior.
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