Here's another little mini-dragon...a green one to complement the red guy. This one is species Draco Maximus or "Giant Flying Dragon". Something tells me there was once a much larger, and truly "giant" flying lizard that inspired ancient stories of dragons.
This is Glaucus atlanticus. This strange and beautiful nudibranch spends its whole life floating upside down in the ocean, feeding on Bluebottles. Locality: Seven Mile Beach, NSW, Australia, 10 January 2007 Photo: Adrian Giles
Dragon of Eastern Portal, the yellow Air Dragon <3 FLYING LIZARD aka Flying Dragon Habitat: rainforests Size: 18-22cm long Adaptation: live in trees & glide from tree to tree to search for food or to avoid their enemies Diet: ants, termites & small insects Predator(s): snake