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There are people inside Chinese dragons. A dragon is a legendary creature, typically depicted as a large and powerful serpent or other reptile, with magical or spiritual qualities. Dragons are very popular in China. They are fake. Dragons aren't real. They are make believe. Dragons are told in stories. They can't hurt you. Dragons are creatures from mythology that have magical powers. They are snakes or reptiles-like creatures that are gigantic and powerful. They can fly or breathe fire or ice. They fly using large wings and their bodies are covered with scales, as is their long tales. Many dragons have red, slanted eyes. Dragons can be fierce or they can be kind or helpful. They can posses many different kinds of powers depending on their cultures. The phoenix is a dragon that has five claws and was a powerful symbol for the emperors in China. The Latin word Draco,as in the constellation Draco, comes directly from Greek drakones. The dragon is sometimes known by the Nordic word, ormr(Old English wyrm means serpent-draca means dragon. Dragons are green.
- Sleeboom, Margaret.  (2004). Academic Nations in China and Japan: Framed in Concepts of Nature, Culture and the Universe. Routledge publishing. ISBN 041531545X
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