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Burrowing Dragon#2-Sketch by TheDracoDrawer123 Burrowing Dragon#2-Sketch :iconthedracodrawer123:TheDracoDrawer123 2 1 Burrowing Dragon#1-Sketch by TheDracoDrawer123 Burrowing Dragon#1-Sketch :iconthedracodrawer123:TheDracoDrawer123 0 0 Swallowtail Raptor-Sketch by TheDracoDrawer123 Swallowtail Raptor-Sketch :iconthedracodrawer123:TheDracoDrawer123 0 0 SandSpeedster by TheDracoDrawer123 SandSpeedster :iconthedracodrawer123:TheDracoDrawer123 1 0 Shapeshifter Dragon by TheDracoDrawer123 Shapeshifter Dragon :iconthedracodrawer123:TheDracoDrawer123 4 0 Volcanic Dragon by TheDracoDrawer123 Volcanic Dragon :iconthedracodrawer123:TheDracoDrawer123 1 3


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Burrowing Dragon#2-Sketch
    Another species of burrowing dragon, this kind is smaller (4-5 feet tall), and has the same distinctive large front claws that all burrowing dragons have. This kind is bipedal, allowing it  to use its claws only for digging, not walking. It is wingless, which is necessary because if it did, they would fill its tunnels.
Burrowing Dragon#1-Sketch
    One of the only dragons that live underground, the Burrowing Dragon, commonly referred to as the Miner Dragon, has large claws for digging its its intricate tunnels. A thick tail is used to sweep rocks out of the ground. If you spot many(7-10) piles of rocks with holes in the center, exit the area immediately. A burrowing dragon can already sense you through heat-sensitive pores on its wide snout. Large plates on this species' back provides protection from falling rocks. Wings allow for clumsy gliding.It can grow from 6 to 7 feet in length.
    This 4 foot tall, 7 foot long creature is capable of reaching speeds of 50 mph (60 for the especially fast ones), while running, it can be difficult to stop, so low- hanging thumb-claws act a a brake. It has equal grace under the sand using its many tails for propulsion. Large claws allow it to latch on to fleeing prey. A second pair of eyes on stalks let it hide in the sand and lie in wait for an unfortunate food item. The wattle on it's neck allows it to make throaty calls, a vital part of hunting. The metal spikes on the ends of its tails can stab prey to injure it. Additionally, it can burrow under the sand, only the red thorns on its taller eyes exposed the red coloring(signaling poison) can paralyze any creature that happens to step on them.
Sorry for not posting things in a while, I've been busy with scuba diving.Worried v3 
Shapeshifter Dragon
This dragon took about 11 hours to complete and, since he's a shapeshifter, I thought I'd add different animal parts


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