I just realized something that has made me a believer. Isn't it obvious? Asian dragons did exist. If you look at one of them, you can easily see how much it resembles a caterpillar. Asian dragons were dragons in larval form! Caterpillars can't fly - but they often fall off leaves, which gives the illusion of flight - this explains why people thought the asian dragon could fly.
Bluesecrets wrote:why would anyone ever go to fight one when you can just step on it and squish it?
They eat crops, which is why the humans fought them. They were a lot bigger back then, you can easily understand this if you compare a butterfly to a dragon. I'm guessing the use of pesticide is what have caused them to evolve into something so small, as smaller creatures are a lot harder to hit with spray.
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