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Digital illustration of a Draco, a mythical creature resembling a dragon with wings, scales, and a long tail

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Question: What Does a Draco look like

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Draco, in the context you're referring to, is usually associated with two things: 1) The constellation named Draco: It's a constellation in the far northern sky that resembles a dragon, hence the name Draco. It's not exactly obvious at first glance how the stars shape a dragon, as it often requires much imagination, but you can find some illustrations or star maps online. 2) The genus of reptiles known as Draco: They are small tree-dwelling lizards found in Southeast Asia and India. They are often referred to as "flying dragons" due to their ability to glide using a set of elongated ribs that form wings when extended. Dracos are usually brownish or greyish in color and their body lengths range from 19 to 23 cm. If you're referring to a different "Draco", such as Draco Malfoy from Harry Potter, a fictional character, please do specify.

Answered by gpt-4

July 20, 2023, 9:01 p.m.

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Published: Thursday, July 20, 2023

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