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#61    djainir


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Posted 20 September 2012 - 06:25 PM

Umm.. Errr.. Just simple answer.. For this topic, I guess... How creative imaginary people who life in the past long time ago then people who life in this time? I don't think ancient peoples who draw the dragon or phisicly dragon it's too smart for draw it in detail with their own Imagination then people in this time, except they see by their own eye... So the answer you can guess all...

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Posted 16 January 2013 - 09:27 AM

Are Dragons Real? Facts About Dragons


Evidence of dragons?
It's not clear when or where stories of dragons first emerged, but the huge, flying serpents were described by the ancient Greeks and Sumerians. The belief in dragons was based not just in legend but also in hard evidence — or so it seemed. For millennia no one knew what to make of the giant bones that were occasionally unearthed around the globe, and dragons seemed a logical choice for people who had no knowledge of dinosaurs.
There were also the occasional eyewitness accounts from sailors returning from Indonesia who reported encountering dragons — Komodo dragons, a type of monitor lizard — which can be aggressive, deadly, and reach 10 feet in length. Western scientists verified their existence around 1910, but rumors and stories of these fearsome beasts circulated long before that. [Countdown: Top 10 Beasts and Dragons: How Reality Made Myth]
In medieval times, most people who heard anything about dragons knew them from the Bible, and it's likely that most Christians at the time believed in the literal existence of dragons. After all, Leviathan — the massive monster described in detail in the Book of Job, chapter 41 — seems to describe a dragon in detail:

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