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When scientists look at dragons, they say they do not exist; because they look at two main features: the flight and its fire. But I have a feeling that I can prove them wrong in these topics. First up, flight

So scientists say that a knucker could not fly because of the sheer size of its wings, but what if the wings weren't meant to fly but do something else say swimming? knuckers live is wells and such which have water in them. So Mabey knuckers wings are used for swimming

Scientists will also say that they could not exist because of fire but it may have been fire figuratively not fire literally. I have some proof for this because of one simple thing in everyday life and one complex rare thing, onions and the spitting cobra.

One of the ways that a dragon's fire can be explained is the ways the eyes react from cutting onions. “It turns out that onions are particularly good at absorbing sulfur, which they use in a number of amino acids. When you cut an onion, you break open cell after cell, releasing their liquidy contents. Previously separated enzymes meet the sulfur-rich amino acids and form unstable sulfenic acids, which then rearrange into a chemical known as syn-propanediol-S-oxide” says Britannica. The dragon's fire could be a more intense version of this chemical reaction.

Another way it can be true is that there is a snake that ‘spits’ its venom at threats that damages tissue and results in blindness. Same as before it could be a more intense version with longer range. It could also be a mixture of the two theories. But my personal theory is that it is a more intense version of the spitting cobras' venom but also mixed with a highly flammable gas to create a sensation of fire and also combusting torches, lanterns, and other places where fire might be creating the dragons “fire”. Another theory is that the dragons that breathe fire have a special pouch in their mouth where they hold a piece of iron and flint creating a spark and lighting flammable venom.


Dragonfire (talk) 17:50, July 10, 2020 (UTC)

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