My friend Stephanie got into trouble with one of these once. She knows that reptiles have flexible jaws, but she wanted to see how flexible a 12' Komodo Dragon would be. She derobed and laid down 60 yards from it, serving herself as an object of hunger satiation. Probing the air with its tongue, the lizard got Stephanie's taste and moved right to her: the dragon wanted her for dinner. Stephanie got on top of a rock where her hunter couldn't reach her. She asks it "Are you hungry for a little something, huh?" The lizard raised its head in interest. Steph than said "Well your not gonna be any longer, now open wide so i can see and fit down your throat!" She swan dives towards the hungry dragon, which got up on its hind legs and opened its maws, and was only with her arms swallowed. The dragon's gape widened so it could accomidate its prized catch. Steph then got into downward dog position so her lower body can go down at once. After a minute of being savored in the dragon's mouth, Steph was swallowed whole, but it took 10 minutes to reach the stomach, where she would settle for digestion.