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Forest Dragon Egg by Temperance

Forest Dragon Egg

Temperance

25 February 2015 at 18:15:22 MST

Forest dragons lay their eggs in crops of stones and leaves to keep them hidden. They do not require tending or care once they are laid, but the eggs can remain many hundreds of years before hatching. Forest dragons are rare and hide well among the trees of a forest. A person can often pass one by without noticing, as it's legs look like tree roots and their skin looks like rocks and stones.

2 of 4 unique dragon eggs. The eggs will be adoptable and will hatch into custom made fursuits. Keep an eye out for further information/details regarding getting your own dragon egg.

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