One hundred and thirty fifth

Laverna dwells under bridges and in wells at crossroads. It feeds on tadpoles, dragonfly larvae and other water fines. But most of all, she loves the treats that she managed to steal from the travelers’ bags. If you, sitting down to rest and get drunk, notice how a spotted Baby Dragon crawls towards your luggage, […]

One hundred thirty fourth

Asha really wanted to be born first this year. A very capricious Baby Dragon and rather ruthless: she cut all my fingers with her horns. I shouldn’t have admitted that suede horns are not very showy! They are spectacular, but challenging. Well, if 2022 would be the same, I don’t mind: the result which is […]

One hundred thirty first

Once Irina Sergeeva, an artist and translator from the language of glass into the human language, published on her blog a photo of her shattered Christmas tree ball. And she joked sadly that, apparently, someone hatched from these shells. Something like this happened: pushing all my plans apart, Pearl was born. She lives on Christmas trees, […]

One hundred twenty-eighth

Once I asked my friends to help me translate the name for the Baby Dragon subspecies “Crowned Crested Tails”. In the end, this task was completed by one linguist and two biologists from the Darwin Museum (and rightly so: if you do, do it as well as possible). Coronifera cristicauda has many small differences from […]