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Yinglong was a dragon believed to be a powerful servant of Huang di, the yellow emperor, who was later immortalized as a dragon. One legend states that Yinglong helped a man named Yu stop the Yellow River from flooding by digging long channels with his tail.
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|Anonymous||Why does it seem so graceful when a dragon kills its prey?||0||Dec 13 2012, 10:57 AM EST by Anonymous|
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Have you ever noticed the idea of "The dragon's prey"?
With this thought, I studies dragon tactics and noticed that the ussually gross attack... seems to be graceful and filled with beauty.
Why is this?
1 out of 1 found this valuable. Do you?
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