The Dragonology children’s book series introduces many different kinds of dragons, drawing from obscure corners of dragon legends, or from the slightly less-successful route of dragonizing real animals (watch out for kangaroo dragons, bee dragons, and dodo bird dragons).
However, my favourite one is the American Amphithere, or “moth dragon”. It’s a cousin to the feathered serpent dragons down south, but with membranous wings, a more fur-like coat, and birdlike behaviour. It’s implied to be the source of Mothman legends, and its eggs glow in hte dark.

The Dragonology children’s book series introduces many different kinds of dragons, drawing from obscure corners of dragon legends, or from the slightly less-successful route of dragonizing real animals (watch out for kangaroo dragons, bee dragons, and dodo bird dragons).

However, my favourite one is the American Amphithere, or “moth dragon”. It’s a cousin to the feathered serpent dragons down south, but with membranous wings, a more fur-like coat, and birdlike behaviour. It’s implied to be the source of Mothman legends, and its eggs glow in hte dark.

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    Hehe, this one’s my favorite as well!
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