Humans have been enthralled with dragons for millions of years. Numerous poets and novelists have focused their attention on these fabled creatures. Although dragons do not currently exist, we have discovered a creature that closely resembles dragons, and this critter will undoubtedly wow you.
The tropical jungles of South East Asia are home to flying dragons, a kind of lizard that is a member of the Agamidae family. Here are some incredible pictures of them.
These creatures are 8 to 10 inches long and have membranes on the sides of their trunks. They make it simple for them to go from one tree to another and can travel up to 60 meters while only losing 10 meters of altitude.
Insects like tree ants make up the majority of their diet.
Except during the breeding season, they rarely decend from the trees. The male starts the mating process by luring the ladies with the membranes.
The female lays eggs following copulation. It digs a tiny hole in the earth, lays four to five eggs, and then covers them with soil and leaves. The female only spends a day with the eggs. She then leaves them and returns to the tree, leaving them behind.
Depending on the species, each flying dragon has different markings and colors, but they all share a particular trait.
Their beauty seems to be something out of this world.