Amazing Komodo Dragons

Here be dragons, but as these icredible pictures show Brit Brian Matthews isn’t afraid to act like a photographic St. George getting up-close-and-personal with the world’s biggest lizard.The 32-year-old wildlife – and part-time wedding – photographer has put together a remarkable record of the ferocious man-eaters, the Komodo dragons. Komodos are the world’s biggest lizards equipped with venomous saliva, tearing two-inch-long claws and 60 sharp teeth.

Here be dragons, but as these icredible pictures show Brit Brian Matthews isn't afraid to act like a photographic St. George getting up-close-and-personal with the world's biggest lizard.The 32-year-old wildlife - and part-time wedding - photographer has put together a remarkable record of the ferocious man-eaters, the Komodo dragons. Komodos are the world's biggest lizards equipped with venomous saliva, tearing two-inch-long claws and 60 sharp teeth.

Here be dragons, but as these icredible pictures show Brit Brian Matthews isn't afraid to act like a photographic St. George getting up-close-and-personal with the world's biggest lizard.The 32-year-old wildlife - and part-time wedding - photographer has put together a remarkable record of the ferocious man-eaters, the Komodo dragons. Komodos are the world's biggest lizards equipped with venomous saliva, tearing two-inch-long claws and 60 sharp teeth.

Here be dragons, but as these icredible pictures show Brit Brian Matthews isn't afraid to act like a photographic St. George getting up-close-and-personal with the world's biggest lizard.The 32-year-old wildlife - and part-time wedding - photographer has put together a remarkable record of the ferocious man-eaters, the Komodo dragons. Komodos are the world's biggest lizards equipped with venomous saliva, tearing two-inch-long claws and 60 sharp teeth.

Here be dragons, but as these icredible pictures show Brit Brian Matthews isn't afraid to act like a photographic St. George getting up-close-and-personal with the world's biggest lizard.The 32-year-old wildlife - and part-time wedding - photographer has put together a remarkable record of the ferocious man-eaters, the Komodo dragons. Komodos are the world's biggest lizards equipped with venomous saliva, tearing two-inch-long claws and 60 sharp teeth.