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Published on Jan 20, 2007
Breeding in captivity of the first ones Dragons of Komodo in Europe in Reptilandia Park. In the Center of Investigations Herpetológicas Reptilandia, our naturalist Jim Pether has achieved enormous success world-wide, managing to breed 17 dragons, for the first time in Europe. Spain and the Canary Islands, with its ideal climate, are now a great hope for perpetuating the species. For the conservation and perpetuation of this species, breeding in captivity is fundamental. Of 32 eggs, 17 were fertile, only in two more occasions the reproduction has been achieved in captivity, the United States and Indonesia, now, Spain and the Canary Isles have obtained it.