Dragons are common in the myths and legends of many countries, but there is no scientific evidence that any such creatures ever existed. A species of very large lizard in Indonesia called the Komodo dragon can grow to 10 feet in length and may be a basis for the myth.
The offspring of dragons are referred to as hatchlings, wyrmlings or whelps in most fantasy settings and stories. While they vary in size, most dragons seem to share a few common traits, such as the ability to fly and breathe fire.
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.
Dragons are legendary and fictional creatures that do not exist; therefore, they do not eat anything. However, within works of fiction and legends, they have an incredibly varied diet.
"Dragon City" is a social media computer game that, as of March 2015, is available for Facebook, Apple iOS, Android and Amazon's digital download service. The primary goal of the game is to raise dragons and train them to fight, as well as breeding them to create new dragons.
Mythical fire-breathing winged dragons are fictional and have never existed. As fiction, stories about dragons have been told since 4000 B.C.E.
Dragons did not really exist, but they are one of the world's most popular enduring mythological beasts. The myth likely originated from dinosaur bones that were found within the Earth. Ancient cultures believed these large bones to be dragons' bones.
Some names for female dragons include Vritra, a Hindi mythical dragon name; Ryoko or Tatsu, which are Japanese names for females meaning "dragon"; and Hydra, a dragon-like water monster in Greek mythology. Other popular female dragon names from movies and books are Cordelia, Norberta, Tintaglia and
Water dragons prefer to eat live protein sources such as mealworms, fish, crickets and locusts, although some will eat freshly shredded vegetables. The protein sources should be fed live so that the water dragon can exercise its hunting instinct.
It is likely that the belief in dragons originated with pre-scientific discovery of dinosaur bones in different regions around the world. Therefore, "dragons" in the traditional sense no longer exist, if they ever did. However, the Komodo dragons of the Lesser Sunda Islands in Indonesia continue to