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How to raise and keep a dragon

Post  Alice Hale Cullen on Mon Dec 21, 2009 4:15 am

Hey Very Happy Very Happy
Is there anyone who wanna learn about dragons????
here you can learn about some dragon breeds, how to get the perfect dragon, training of dragons and how to show off the dragon Very Happy(all u gonna learn is from the book: How to raise and keep a dragon by John Topsell)
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Post  Alice Hale Cullen on Tue Dec 22, 2009 4:47 am

Here are the different dragon breeds (in Latin) we r gonna learn about:
Draco asiaticus-Draco basileus-Draco indicus-Draco hellenicus-Draco cetus-Draco hydrus -Draco babylonicus-Draco piasarus-Draco arcus-Draco salamandra-Draco mare-Draco generis-Draco tarascus-Draco britannicus
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Post  Safira on Tue Dec 22, 2009 5:28 am

cool im joining!!!
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Post  Alex on Tue Dec 22, 2009 7:17 am

me too!!!!! Wink

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Post  Alice Hale Cullen on Tue Dec 22, 2009 8:48 am

Very Happy Student-list Very Happy :
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Post  Alice Hale Cullen on Tue Dec 22, 2009 10:25 am

Dragon breed number 1:
Draco asiaticus (asian dragon)


on the world map:
The Asian dragon originated possibly originally from india.
From China it spread further to Japan and throughout the entire Southeast Asia (with the exception of Thailand, where the elephant is the king)

eggs:
Asian dragon is within the pearl-like shell in 3000 years.
When the hatch, grow it immediately to full size.

height:
Varies from being the size of a Silkworm to be as big as the sky

Description:
Cyclonic, handle, bouncing-the four-legged Asian dragon is pure energy.
On the horse-like head, where dt is growing man, sitting horns that serve as ears.
From nose curl it up long whiskers.
A jagged crest extends along the whole of the shell covering the body.
th dragon can change the shape and size when it will, and expand to fill the entire sky, or become so small that it disappears.
The voice sounds like tinkling bells or copper kettles that turn against each other.
Favorite dish is fried balcony.
The Chinese imperial dragon has 5 claws on each foot, civil dragon 4, and the Japanese 3

characteristics:
It is plain that this dragon chasing or playing with a bluish-white, red, or golden light ball.
This is interpreted variously as thunder, sun, moon and cosmos-pearl, <<pearl that grants all wishes>>, and is said to contain the animal's powers

Temperament:
Unlike most Western dragons are traditionally a humane.
It is afraid of skolopendere, five-colored silk and iron.
It has milertidig happened that has caused the typhoons and floods when it has become angry.

other:
The Asian dragon is the richest of all dragon breeds.
The ruling delighted the weather, and controls the clouds, rain, lightning and thunder.
It is the emperor of all shellfish-clad creatures, one of China's four himmeldyr and one of the twelve signs of the Chinese zodiac.
Past rulers claimed that they were incarnations of the deity of beings.
It is said that somewhere in the cosmos are a board where the number of existing dragons is written.
(sorry for this pic.... i did take it whit my phone...)
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