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The Komodo Dragon lives on a handful of Islands known as the 'Lesser Sundra Islands' of Indonesia. They are carnivore predators they will eat almost anything, including carrion, deer, pigs, smaller dragons, and even large water buffalo and humans. When hunting, Komodo dragons rely on camouflage and patience, lying in wait for passing prey. When a victim ambles by, the dragon springs, using its powerful legs, sharp claws and serrated, shark-like teeth to eviscerate its prey.
A dragon can eat a whopping 80 percent of its body weight in a single feeding.
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Perhaps not whole, it would likely need to bite/tear an adult human into smaller sections first. It certainly could eat a while human in one meal though, just not quite whole as an alligator might be able too as the Jaws do not open quite far enough for that
If it hadn't eaten recently then it could certainly eat all of him
The dragon wouldn't eat them by choice, but they are likely to get consumed at least in part during the feeding process