Dragon–even mentioning the word strikes terror into the very center of the hearts of some men. But to others, a dragon is nothing more than a make-believe fairy tale, or a mystical monster. Recently, startling, new, scientific discoveries have shed light on this controversial subject. Dragons, Do They Really Exist? This study, compiled of shocking new facts, seems to prove that the animals known as the dragon, does, in fact, exist. Though the dragon may be large (approximately 45 feet long, 10 feet wide), it is extremely light and aerodynamic.
The dragon’s wings are the longest limbs on the body; measuring approximately 25 feet in diameter (each wing). The wings are coated with a transparent covering that absorbs the humidity in the air, and keeps moist. The largest muscle in the dragon’s body is directly connected to the wings. The muscle, in fact, divides into five large muscles, measuring 8 feet in diameter. The dragon weighs only 400 pounds. Its muscles carry the most weight, and the wings are second to the heaviest part in the body. The rest of the body is extremely light and brittle; the bones are hollow and light.
The nervous system is extremely complex and sensitive, detecting any movement from up to 10 feet away. The Dragon’s eyesight, however, is extremely poor. The clearest it envisions any object is a hazy blur. Its digestive system is primitive. The liver, being the most complex digestive organ, is the largest organ–weighing over 215 pounds. The reason for the complexity of its life cycle is because of the Dragon’s enormous intake. While feeding, the dragon may ingest non-nutritious objects such as houses or highways.
These unneeded colonies are quickly detected by the liver and pulled out of the digestion process. Reproduction in Dragons is extremely complex and painstaking, the Dragon being very picky and wary of its mate. Its mate must also be the same family and weight, or the process will be flawed and the young will die. Every 1 in 50 dragons produce one healthy egg. Dragons only live in extremely windy areas because of the lift they need for their bodies. The wind in such areas ranges from 80-miles-per-hour to 120 miles-per-hour.
Because of the wind, the air pressure below the wings is greater than the pressure above the wings, leading to flight. The reason for the fire protruding from the Dragon’s nostrils is the special type of flower which the Dragon ingests. The flower is known as the medrophil, nuclnarnedgm, the muzy. This flower contains much alcohol which reacts with the saliva of the Dragon to produce a flame. However, one of the ole legends says that Dragon’s breath is a fiery steaming breath that is produced by all of the garlic bread that Dragons eat.
This bread is really spicy and produces a fiery feeling in the dragon’s mouth. This creates a fiery mucus that the dragon spits up. Dragons were very helpful back in the middle ages to give light to castles. But their breath scared the knights and so dragons would easily kidnap the princesses. Dragons began as algae in a dirty swamp, in which tadpoles and larvae lived. They joined bacteria and DNA and formed all eggs and were washed ashore. Most eggs died or got eaten by predators, but a few found a place warm enough to incubate them til they hatched.
As they grew older they reproduced by blowing dust particles from one nose to the other. Their looks changed as they adapted to different habitats. Their favorite environments to evolve in were moist shady areas that were usually in a dark cave. Through the years each dragon grew bigger and stronger than the other. They were able to survive the biggest battles against large animals of the era. Because the caves were usually high off in the mountains, the dragons needed a more productive way to get home than climbing the whole mountain.
Eventually, with survival of the fittest, the dragons developed strong, long flat arms because of all the arm flapping they used to maintain their balance. Finally their arms formed into wings. In order to survive, they needed a weapon. Being in cold areas, their heat was trapped in their body. They needed a way to get rid of this heat. So they would breathe it out of their mouth and nose. Later, after gaining the ability to breathe out fire, dragons also had a way to defend themselves. In conclusion, dragons evolved and grew bigger as the years went by.
They also grew different features for the body. In light of what has been proven, witnessed, and discussed, the facts clearly turn us toward the truth. However startling, however inconceivable, we must accept what has been proven. Mankind must face the reality of the living, breathing, and murdering creature we see before us. We must learn how to confront it, how to live in such horror. People may hide, they may refuse to believe or acknowledge it, but the creature known as dragon does live and breathe.