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Draco Maximus by platypus12 Draco Maximus by platypus12
For the #Age-of-Avians Project.

This lizard is a member of the draco genus that colonized the Island of Struthioguins and has evolved to be the size of a fruit bat. It has also evolved eyespots on its wing-like skin flaps to intimidate predators. Their natural predators include snakes that have colonized the island, Skuattackers, and occasionally Seigers.
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RobotNinjaHero Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2010
Flying lizards, what's next?
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platypus12 Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2010
Even lizards today do this.--->genus
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RobotNinjaHero Featured By Owner Aug 30, 2010
Neat.
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platypus12 Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2010
Thanks! :D
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RobotNinjaHero Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2010
your welcome.
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platypus12 Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2010
For now, reptiles glide, but who knows what the future holds for their air traveling technique? :D
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RobotNinjaHero Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2010
I guess you got a point.
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platypus12 Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2010
Even in the past reptiles have been flying. Take pterosaurs for example. :D
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Cephlaken Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2010
Great!! I like the design!
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platypus12 Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2010
Thanks! :D
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Cephlaken Featured By Owner Jul 9, 2010
You're very much welcome!
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platypus12 Featured By Owner Jul 9, 2010
I'd like to see what reptiles you create for this project too. :D
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Cephlaken Featured By Owner Jul 10, 2010
Thanks for asking! I have an idea for a giant bird-eating gecko..
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platypus12 Featured By Owner Jul 10, 2010
Sounds interesting…
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Cephlaken Featured By Owner Jul 14, 2010
Thanks!! I'm also thinking of a large monitor-like tegu, too
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platypus12 Featured By Owner Jul 14, 2010
I'd like to see that too! :D
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TheCheeseCannibal Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2010
Neet! What dose it eat?
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platypus12 Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2010
Mostly arthropods and occasionally Hummers if lucky enough to catch one.
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TheCheeseCannibal Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2010
Some hummers are faster than others. They probably get the bee like ones or the fly butterfly like ones.
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platypus12 Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2010
Do the butterfly-like ones form colonies too or do they just provides for themselves?
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TheCheeseCannibal Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2010
They stay to them selfs
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platypus12 Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2010
I see… And how fast are they compared to the bee-like hummers?
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TheCheeseCannibal Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2010
The bee like ones are slower
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platypus12 Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2010
Well then I guess that would make it easier for a Draco Maximus to catch.
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