These two youngsters probably will never get to meet their mom. She'd eat them.
In fact, they'd eat each other, given half a chance.
It's the nature of Komodo dragons.
But these two Komodo dragons from the Sedgwick County Zoo made national news in 2008 when they hatched.
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The babies are extremely rare, and not just because Komodos are an endangered species.
Only two other cases have been known to hatch like these Komodo dragons — at the London Zoo and Chester Zoo in England in 2006. Question: The two babies at the Sedgwick County Zoo are the first in North America known to have been hatched without what?
Answer to Wednesday’s question: Inge was born May 3, 1913, in Independence. He graduated from the University of Kansas in Lawrence in 1935 and then worked in a string of jobs — as a highway laborer, a Wichita radio announcer and a drama critic for the St. Louis Star-Times.
Check Kansas.com Friday for the answer to today’s question.