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 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.
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.
Dragon fruit (pitaya or pitayaha) is an ovoid cactus fruit with a typically pink outer skin characterized by green- or yellow-tipped scale-like appendages. Some varieties may vary in their outer color, such as the yellow dragon fruit.Â The inner flesh of the fruit is often white and may also be mage
The Star Dragon is a type of dragon that a player can own and raise in the Facebook and mobile game "Dragon City." The dragon is yellow and blue in coloration, has a head that somewhat resembles a star, and is frequently seen in advertising for the game.
Young bears are called cubs. Cubs are normally born while the mother is still in hibernation. They usually weigh between 8 and 12 ounces when they are born.
A young eagle is called an eaglet. It takes 35 days for eagle eggs to hatch, and the eaglets stay with their parents until they are ready to leave the nest.
Young herring are known as "brit." As the larvae metamorphose into the juvenile brit, their scales deepen and flatten, and they are no longer transparent as they begin to resemble a miniature version of the adult fish.
A young lion is called a cub. Adult males are called lions, while adult females are called lionesses. A lion transitions from cub to adult at 24 months in age.