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On the Ecology of the Mud Dragon

That’s not to say that dragonkind has gone extinct,
though! Far from it. Dragons are more numerous
than ever. Evolutionary pressure has simply bred them
smaller, darker, and more camouflaged, finally resulting
in the common mud dragon. Travellers and farmers
will be familiar with these creatures, who top out at
nearly two feet in length and are largely content to doze
dreamily in swamps. Although they do bite occasional
ankles, sometimes have been known to steal small,
shiny objects from children and even, on one isolated
instance, impersonated Her Majesty The Queen over
4he course of three days (resulting in the infamous Give
More Candy Act of 1574), everyone can agree that that they
are much less of a hassle than their larger cousins.

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