sir/mam do these Seazoria Dragons breathe fire? how? can they also do mimicry and/or counter shading
Hello claycliffcrisclar. The questions that you have put fourth I apologize but as the discoverer with an extensive field research background I am unable to even ponder a guess at your questions. Fire breathing well even with skull matrix excavation experience looking at the individual components within the mouth. the teeth and replacement teeth. I could not even touch the fire question. As for the second part of your question. Here again that would be pure and total speculation and so I must say that in no way could I even venture a guess. The dating of Seazoria Dragons has been placed at 484 million years. Today the surviving Seazoria biological remains are completely petrified and have been reduced to dirt and stone. The Seazoria bodies are blended into the surrounding sediments making your question impossible to answer based on the age and current state of the remains.
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