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Absolutely, but we recently did the Komodo dragon. What information do you need or do you have a new scenario?
Sorry for the delay. I had to think on this one.
So since our poor guy was injured, he certainly was able to hobble away from a dragon if one appeared. And, even if he was bitten, most likely his companions would come back in time to get him off the island & get him to a hospital. But let's say there are a group of juvenile dragons ( maybe 3 or 4 ), not yet old enough to stake their own territory, still small, 40 - 50 pounds each, and hungry.
So, our injured visitor finds a quiet spot near the water & decides to close his eyes & get some sun for a few hours. Silently, the 4 juveniles approach the man. He senses that there is something near & sits up. The first dragon strikes, biting deep into his forearm. Yelping, he tries to leap to his feet, but stumbles on the injured leg. The second dragon grabs his calf, twisting & pulling off a chunk of meat. Falling to the ground, all the dragons rush in, grabbing & tearing at anything they can grab, ripping skin & muscle & eventually biting deep into the abdomen eviscerating the poor guy. Within ten minutes, most of the flesh has been torn from the bones leaving not much more than a bloody carcass.