A zoo in Indonesia's East Java Province recently welcomed 7 baby Komodo dragons. Poaching, human encroachment, and natural disasters have driven the species to endangered status. The Surabaya zoo is artificially incubating eggs in the hope the species would have a better chance of survival.
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