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In Chinese Mythology, Tianlong or Tien-long ("heaven dragon") are the celestial dragons who pull the chariots of the gods and guard their places
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|Anonymous||Knock it off!||1||Aug 5 2012, 2:17 PM EDT by Anonymous|
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Stop calling it a dragon when it is obviously nothing of the sort.
Do you see the long neck people? Dead giveaway. If you find any kind of snake with a neck you capture that bad boy, he's going to make you rich. Another dead giveaway is the forelimbs, no ophidian species has forelimbs since they do not have an upper thorax.
My god, this is not hard **** to figure out.
|Anonymous||awesome!!!!||0||Jun 20 2010, 4:57 PM EDT by Anonymous|
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