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.
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.