Some people just have to ruin it for the rest of us. Indonesia’s Komodo Island is closing its borders because too many tourists were stealing Komodo Dragons. The island is a popular tourist destination, but the local government will be closing it off beginning next January while conservationists work to restore the Komodo Dragon population. Recently, authorities busted a smuggling ring that was selling the rare lizards for as much as $35,000 each. The Komodo Dragon is the largest lizard species in the world, but only about 6,000 exist in the wild today. Is there a rare animal species you’ve never seen in person that you’d like to see one day? Ever owned a pet lizard?