Relatively welcome (and safe) among reptiles

By Kathleen Atkins
What do a tortoise, an iguana, and a komodo dragon at the National Zoo have in common other than entirely reptilian brains?
They have careful keepers who don't underrate their intelligence or unpredictability. You might enjoy making these reptiles' acquaintance at video distance.

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