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A Dragon perhaps?
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There is something I have been wondering about.
Do dragons exist in the physical world?

The reason for my asking is because I have seen a creature that looked like a baby dragon of sorts (it might have been a bird but the wings just looked..... reptilian.
So one day, I was standing in my backyard (twenty acres of forest complete with a stream) and this animal of about three to four feet in length swooped over my house. It had a long tail and two extra limbs (I think) like arms, and it had bat-like wings.
This creature shot off towards the direction of the creak and I've never seen it since that day.

Like I said before, it could have been a bird (the bat wings could have been a trick of the light, because it was about an hour before sunset.)
Although, if dragons exist in the physical world, I may have just seen one.

If anybody could help me identify if it was a dragon or a bird, feel free.
It was most likely a bird but if it was a dragon, then that would be totally awesome!!
Thanks for any available help!

~Skirden :)
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Re: A Dragon perhaps?
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Post # 2

I'm sorry to say this but dragons do not exist in the physical plane.

Ido not know of many entities of other planes but I have a feeling that they could exist there.

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Re: A Dragon perhaps?
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Which country is that? US and British bats can be 14-16 inches wingspan . Wales has the odd dragon , and Greeks wrote about Celtic snake-woman (drakos:snake) Echidna Kelto mother of Keltos. A bat carrying a snake is unlikely but eagles do and eagle-snake is a traditional motif.
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Re: A Dragon perhaps?
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I live in Washington and we have adorable little bats, and I now that I think back, it was most likely a bird (I just wanted to know if dragons were here in the physical.

~Skirden :)
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Re: A Dragon perhaps?
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Post # 5
Some husbands are married to a dragon. I used to work for one .
Komodos live in Indonesia , their looks can kill and so can their bite.
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