I found these cute baby dragons on Pinterest. The artist is DragonCid on DeviantArt.
Be sure to check out DragonCid’s page. She also does sculpture and has some wonderful pieces.
We have twelve hens that we bought as day old chicks. One of them is always giving off a fierce look . I imagine them thinking they are channeling their inner dragon. 😉
What are you looking at?
Red Sex Link chicks 6 days old.
Here is one of her sculptures, a red shoulder dragon
Dragons in the news.
This morning I found headlines stating Slovenia was eagerly awaiting the hatching of dragon eggs. My first thought went to the dragon I associate with Slovenia, the dragons guarding the bridge in Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia.
You can find out more in this Wikipedia article here Dragon Bridge
This is not the dragon they were talking about.
The highly anticipated dragon hatching in Slovenia today is the Olm, a cave-dwelling chordate species much like our salamander here in the US.
You can read more about this at the
They can live as long as 100 years and can survive up to ten years without eating. (how they know about the eating is kind of disturbing) These are tough little Olms. It takes approximately 120 days for the eggs to hatch, so it seems we will have to wait a while to see these baby dragons.
For more information check out this article on Wikipedia Olm
Good luck little dragons,