The Andrew Mason Illustrated Field Guide to Unknown Dragons of Africa...


Most African dragon species are well-known. Though there are still unknown species in the Equatorial area covered by tropical rain forests. It is believed that dragons are not native to Africa and that all species found here are local adaptations directly related to either Near-Orient Asian-Pacific or South American dragons. No relative of European Eurasian dragons has been identified in Africa, which puzzles experts. The common theory suggests that European Eurasian dragons have not been successful crossing the North African deserts in numbers needed to sustain a viable breeding population.





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