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  Of all the species of Dragon that remain, some of the largest are the Great Wyrms or Worms. They have best hidden and best avoided the trophy hunters and deadly poachers. They have been least effected by loss of environment, in fact all our building and expansion has provided them with vast networks of... Continue Reading →

  Dragons of old would guard objects of great power and magic. Swords and armor that would make their bearers unbeatable, rings of power that could sway the course of destiny. These objects have been lost to history and sadly so have many of the dragons that protected them. However modern dragons still have an... Continue Reading →

  I managed to get hold of Mr. Ken Johnson and he was kind enough to let me go visit him on his farm and show me where he had made the discovery. I arrived on his picturesque farm in the heart of the Winelands, he welcomed me with not a small bit of suspicion,... Continue Reading →

  Well, it's the new year and I have had an exciting adventure that has kept me busy all month! It started when I stumbled upon this article, and realized what an incredibly rare opportunity I had been presented with. I suspected that what had in fact been discovered was a dragon's hoard! So I... Continue Reading →

  The dragons love of shiny things can get them into a world of trouble. I hope you all have a wonderful Christmas! I will continue my dragon adventure in the new year. Thank you to all those who have stopped by here to have a look and those who liked ,shared and commented on... Continue Reading →

Do not trouble a dragon guarding his treasure. That has always been the rule, unless you were a brave knight fixing for the battle of your life. Through out history there have been tales of great hoards of treasure guarded by deadly dragons. Sigurd and Fafnir, Beowulf and his last opponent the fire breathing dragon... Continue Reading →

  Historically speaking dragons have often been associated with water. They, like any top predator, would secure for themselves that most valuable of resources and defend it. They would often establish a burrow or occupy a cave close by their chosen water source. Whether that water source was a town well, watering hole, dam or... Continue Reading →

  It was a hot summers weekend and as had become the norm for a Saturday I headed to the Black River to rack up search time. I figured seeing as I'm the only one looking for this dragon I'm likely to to be the only one to find it. There are a few places... Continue Reading →

  About a year ago I came across this newspaper article. It was the first time I had ever heard of a "River monster" in South Africa, at least recently. And definitely the first I had heard of in Cape Town. I frequently drive by (and over) the Black River so the notion of some... Continue Reading →

  More often than not the habits of dragons are baffling. However by devoting more time to studying them, I hope to unravel some of the complexities of their behavior. As of yet, I have no answer as to why they do this...

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