This 11 May 2019 video says about itself:
From the Gladstone Institutes in the USA:
Komodo dragon genome reveals clues about its evolution
July 29, 2019
Summary: A new study provides the first high-resolution sequence of the Komodo dragon, as well as insight into how it evolved.
The Komodo dragons are the largest lizards in the world. These predators weighing up to 200 pounds can detect their prey from up to 7.5 miles away. And although they are cold-blooded, they can ramp up their metabolism to near mammalian levels, which gives them great speed and endurance. However, scientists have understood little about how the DNA of these remarkable lizards encodes such astounding characteristics.
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