Hello hubbers anyone that might be interested in the discovery of true prehistoric Sea dragon remains. You can view photos of Hallettestoneion Seazoria Dragons here in hub pages. A Salt Lake City based geology company is currently working on the chemical composition of Seazoria Dragon teeth spikes and skulls. The Seazoria Dragons are the worlds oldest, largest and most advanced forms of life ever discovered.
The Seazoria Dragon remains are located in northern Utah, USA. Dragon myth shattered.
Can I get a link please. I was looking up a while ago about dragons, my niece said they were myth, she is only 7, but I said: nope, they are real little baby. So hook a hubber up with that link, the one you went to so I can share this with my niece, she loves dragons.
This is the second thread you've started to announce your hubs. Please see my response to your post on the Hubber's Hangout.
Remember, we don't like threads for the purpose of self-promotion or linking here. It's easy enough to click on Seazoria's profile to navigate to his hubs.
by Seazoria 10 years ago
PREHISTORIC HALLETESTONEION SEZORIA DRAGONSHello Hubbers could anyone provide some helpful suggestions on how to create a successful hub. Also is it possible for someone to provide an overview explanation of HubPages works. The objective needing to be accomplished is the...
by Seazoria 9 years ago
How do you feel about the subject of prehistoric dragons? Why do so many cultures around the world depict dragons? Why is it that all of us seem to somehow know instinctively about dragons? How come all of us have seem to be able to conjure up an image of a dragon? With this said, how come there...
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