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Originally posted by IrvingTheExplainer
The amount of damage a herd of large sauropods would inflict on the environment would be devastating. All they did was eat. There bodies would process tons of vegetation. Then of course there would be mounds and mounds of the outcome of all this eating.
Originally posted by ghostryder21
the reason i find it hard to believe in this or nessie or the dino in south america is how can 1 of a species survive? are they antisocial against their own kind??
'Virgin births' for giant lizards
There have been two reported cases of Komodo dragon "virgin births"
The largest lizards in the world are capable of "virgin births".
Scientists report of two cases where female Komodo dragons have produced offspring without male contact.
Tests revealed their eggs had developed without being fertilised by sperm - a process called parthenogenesis, the team wrote in the journal Nature.
Most reptiles reproduce sexually, though some are capable of asexual reproduction.