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Dragons Discuss this eTheme.

Learn about dragon myths and legends from the Eastern and Western worlds. There are descriptions of different types of dragons, Chinese customs, and images.


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Click on the red links to view images of dragons in Chinese art.
Read these legends and stories and get to know the history of dragons around the world. NOTE: This site contains sponsored links.
This is a study of physiology of a dragon. Take a look and get to know what a dragon is made up of. NOTE: This site contains sponsored links.
This page has the names and descriptions of the Chinese dragon's offspring.
This site has lots of historical information and legends about dragons. There are also ancient sketches and illustrations.
Dragons have a long history in human mythology. Read this article to learn more about how these myths got started.
Explore this exhibition to learn about Eastern and Western dragons and other mythical creatures. There are podcasts and educational resources. See the "For Kids" section for games and activities.
On this site you can read about dragon myths from around the world, then test your knowledge with the crossword puzzle on the activities page.
On this site you can find information on dragon myths, which cultures have stories about dragons, and if dragons were ever real. NOTE: This site links to a site with a discussion forum.
Find the names of different types of dragons in this hangman game.
Read about the only real dragon known to exist, the Komodo Dragon, the world's largest lizard.

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