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February 25 2012

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February 19 2012

12:38
"These Welsh Estuary Dragons had long been a familiar presence along the North Wales Coast in the Estuary's of the River Dee, River Conwy and River Dyfi, and the Menai Strait, the stretch of water between North Wales and the island of Angelsey.
Although they were once a common site to fishermen and villagers along the banks, they are believed to have become extinct around the early 17th century. 
Amongst the many dragons of Britain, the Welsh Estuary Dragons were considered the only harmless dragons to humans and it was always considered extremely good luck to see one."
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Tags: dragon fantasy
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October 09 2011

03:15
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October 03 2011

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May 16 2011

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May 15 2011

08:25

February 16 2011

19:15
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Tags: dragon
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16:35
Battle Dragon
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February 15 2011

04:04
04:02
Tags: dragon green
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Tags: dragon fantasy
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