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02/02/2013

The Bearded Double Tailed Dragon

Filed under: - ARCHIVE 2012-13 — @ 10:29

joe

The Bearded Double Tailed Dragon is a rare form of dragon which is only seen at night.

Bearded Dragons are easy to identify as their teeth are sharper then any other dragon.  They are the size of a fully grown oak tree. They are blue and orange with jet black and brown and their head is blue . Their tongue is forked and their eyes are brown. However, babies eyes are a really light brown.

They live in the dense areas of the New Forest. To make shelters, they bite down trees lean them on oak trees so they can fit under them.  The New Forest is a good place to live because they eat Thunder Dragon and they live in the New Forest  too.

While most dragons only fly with their wings, Bearded Dragons use their tails as a propeller. They like whipping trees with their tails once they have lit them on fire. They present no danger to humans and some have become famous for saving people.

Dragonologists  have been concerned for many years that Bearded Dragons are getting  hunted because there are only 1001 left in the wild. To help these beautiful creatures, you should leave meat in your garden in the winter. It would be disastrous if they became extinct!



2 Comments »

  1. How long is its beard?

      Oliver — 04/02/2013 @ 09:31

  2. 30 cm long.

      Joseph — 04/02/2013 @ 09:39

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