A Ьewіɩdeгed goat, not knowing what һаррeпed, is сарtᴜгed and kіɩɩed by a pair of giant Komodo dragons in an іпсгedіЬɩe Moment of deаtһ

A Ьewіɩdeгed goat, not knowing what һаррeпed, is сарtᴜгed and kіɩɩed by a pair of giant Komodo dragons in an іпсгedіЬɩe Moment of deаtһ

The pair of Komodo dragons showed remarkable speed and agility to catch and kill the poor unsuspecting goat

Incredible photographs show them ambushing the terrified creature then using their jaws to tear it to pieces

Komodo dragons can smell prey from as far away as six miles and are renowned for their group hunting techniques

This is the remarkable moment a pair of Komodo dragons tore a goat to pieces after hunting the animal in a pack on the remote Indonesian island they call home.


Bearing more than a passing resemblance to their prehistoric dinosaur ancestors, the photographs show the dragons made short work of the doomed goat.

The gory scene was captured by photographer Julia Sundukova, from Russia, while visiting Komodo Island, Indonesia.

Incredibly, after the pair made short work of the goat another dragon, clearly looking for a free meal, joined in the frenzy as the massive predators tore their prey apart.

Ms Sundukova said: ‘The Komodo dragons on the island are wild, but a lot of people choose to feed them which has encouraged them to closer to humans.

‘There are too many dragons on the island for them to be able to hunt properly as there isn’t enough prey. But I managed to find a real interaction. When the dragons spotted the goat, their behaviour changed completely – before they had seemed quite lazy.

‘But as they went in for the kill, their laziness completely vanished and they became quite beautiful in how wild they were. It was tough to watch, as the goat didn’t stand a chance against such powerful predators.’

The goat, unaware it is being hunted by the massive predators, relaxes peacefully in the dirt on Komodo Island, Indonesia

In the distance, the two massive Komodo dragons begin making their way out of the bushes towards the unsuspecting goat

The huge lizards, which grow to 10ft in length, are renowned for their adept hunting ability which allows them to dominate their ecosystem

Showing remarkable dexterity, one of the Komodo dragons gives chase to the goat it was hoping to eat

Photographer Julia Sundukova, from Russia, said the lizards looked quite lazy until they began the hunt

The goat desperately tries to sidestep the remarkably quick footed Komodo dragon during the height of the hunt

However, the unlucky goat was not able to escape the prehistoric predator after it bit through the animals’ back legs

With the goat pinned down on the dirt, the Komodo dragon closes in for the kill while his accomplice ambles towards the action

The Komodo dragon, which is native to Komodo Island in Indonesia, has a powerful jaw and rows of small but sharp teeth

The Komodo dragon is known for its remarkable ambush hunting technique during which it targets its preys’ throat and underbelly

A second Komodo dragon joins in the hunt as the two ferocious animals begin tearing the goat to pieces

The enormous lizards use their tongues and keen sense of smell to locate prey from a range of up to 6miles

One of the dragons bites the goats’ head while the second prehistoric beast tears at its hind quarters

The exasperated goat could do little to escape the fearsome creatures after being ambushed and bitten multiple times

The fearsome creatures have a history that dates back to the age of the dinosaurs. Small prey, such as goats, are often swallowed whole while larger creatures are eaten by tearing pieces of flesh from the body while they pin it down with their front legs

The goat is choked by the two dragons during the hunt. Soon after the goat was killed a third Komodo dragon joined in the feast

The three triumphant Komodo dragons raise their heads upwards after having fed on the poor unsuspecting goat

Two of the killer dragons wander back to their lairs after the meal which occurred on their native Komodo Island, in Indonesia

Giant Komodo dragon receives target training using GoPro

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