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Dragons Introduction The dragon long considered a mythical creature which indeed once existed but is now extinct The last one having died in captivity in 1911 was part of a traveling zoo where it was falsely labeled as a rare winged garter snake Although scientists have so longly disputed the existence of dragons because their attributes anatomy and abilities appeared scientifically improbable The key word being here improbable and not impossible Few fossils of dragons have ever been found because like a bird their bones were hollow although some have been found In China they found a dragons head which they said to be a horned tyrannosaurus skull and in 1897 on the beach in Miami the carcass of a strange snakelike creature 6 meters long was found There are many other examples of this in the world Dragonologist Dr Volodimir Kapusianyk is the last of his kind and is now resting in a nursing home in Moose Jaw Saskatchewan at the age of 98 Because of ill health and old age he has not yet been able to finish his book on dragonsIn this report I will inform you on the dragons simple anatomy the kinds of dragons their weapon breath dragon encounters and dragons of today I will even include a few pictures of dragons where they have been seen etc Enjoy Types of dragons There were many types of dragons who once walked the earth here are the most common The Guivre The legless and wingless Guivre would have seemed a mere serpent even though an immensely powerful one except for its massive head horned and bearded Guivres liked to live in forests and wells anywhere near water The Lindworm Falling between the birdlike Wyvern and snakelike Guivre the Lindworm had a serpentine body with one pair of legs It was flightless which means that it had no wings The Italian traveler Marco
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