A Komodo dragon walking on the beach in Komodo National Park. Photo: EPA A Komodo dragon walking on the beach in Komodo National Park. Photo: EPA
A Komodo dragon walking on the beach in Komodo National Park. Photo: EPA

Will Indonesia close its iconic Komodo National Park? Too soon to tell, says conservation chief

  • Home to an estimated 5,700 Komodo dragons, the park received nearly 160,000 visitors last year
  • But a recent wildlife trafficking case involving Facebook spurred reports that it might close to restore the ‘natural habitat’

Topic |   Indonesia
A Komodo dragon walking on the beach in Komodo National Park. Photo: EPA A Komodo dragon walking on the beach in Komodo National Park. Photo: EPA
A Komodo dragon walking on the beach in Komodo National Park. Photo: EPA
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