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This site is dedicated to Dragons; the ruler of the past and who knows, ruler of the present even if they hide in shadow.
Who has never felt a fascination for that most breathtaking of creatures, the dragon?
It is hard to believe that these creatures have never existed when they are so present in the people mind, in the human history of the past, from America to Asia passing through Europe, all cultures have at some time described a creature that can, today, be identified as the same living thing: a dragon.




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Dragon: Everything you wanted to know
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Bibliography:
Canada's Monsters by Betty Sanders Garner
Les Mondes EnchantÚs, Dragons et serpents by the editor of the edition Time-Life
Dragons A natural history by Dr. Karl Shuker
The Book of the Dragon by Montse Sant
Biologie by Neil A. Campbell, Richard Mathieu
The National archive of the Canadian Museum of Nature
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