Dragons do not live anywhere, because the dragon is a mythical creature. Dragons have been a prominent part of folklore in many cultures for centuries. Dragons are usually depicted as large fire-breathing lizards with wings similar to a bat's wings.
In Christian and Middle Eastern cultures, dragons symbolize evil. Christian legends, such as the story of St. George, feature the hero slaying a dragon to triumph over sin and paganism. The Egyptian god of darkness and evil was depicted as a dragon. In Chinese culture, dragons represent prosperity and fertility. The royal family in ancient China used an image of a dragon as the royal emblem.