Most dragons are either European dragons, derived from various, European folk traditions, or unrelated, Oriental dragons, derived from the Chinese dragon.
Like most mythological creatures, dragons are perceived in different ways by different cultures.
Dragons are sometimes said to breathe and spit fire or poison as well as many other elements.
They are commonly portrayed as serpentine or reptilian, hatching from eggs and possessing typically feathered or scaly bodies.
They are sometimes portrayed as having large, yellow or red eyes, a feature that is the origin for the word for dragon in many cultures sometimes portrayed with a row of dorsal spines, keeled scales, or leathery bat-like wings.
Winged dragons are usually portrayed only in European dragons and are said to give their owner protection and magical qualities .
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