Fairy Dragons are very small creatures that the Tooth Fairy leaves behind for certain children. The creatures have a tendency to care for their owners and protect them from any form of harm or foul play. They pay close attention to the growth of their owners. They exist temporarily on the condition of the children’s age, and have been known to disappear instantaneously after the condition has been met.
Fairy Dragons were first discovered in early February 2000. No one knows the exact date of when they first appeared, but claims of their appearance started making the news around that time. According to many scientific studies, Fairy Dragons’ existence started from Tooth Fairy magic. The Tooth Fairy selects certain children that have put their fourth lost baby tooth under their pillow and replaces the tooth with a baby Fairy Dragon egg. Children who take measures to properly care for the baby Fairy Dragon receive the benefits of keeping it.
The eggs have an average height of 3 inches and an average diameter of 1 inch at the bottom of the shell. Each egg weighs about 5.7 grams, approximately the weight of an American quarter coin. Upon being born, baby Fairy Dragons can grow up to 6 inches in height and very in sizes and colors. Records from behavioral studies show that Fairy Dragons do not show any interest to anyone but their owners. They ignore other people they come in contact with and The Fairy Dragons have the ability to fly but cannot carry anyone or anything other than their owner. However, unlike any known information about dragons and their features, baby Fairy Dragons do not have any form of special abilities such as fire breathing, attraction to gold, or telepathy. In the 2014 world census, the population of Fairy Dragons was recorded to be in the range of 1-3million.
Each Fairy Dragon is designated to one specific child and does not follow instructions from any other person. Children that own Fairy Dragons are known as Dragon Holders. Fairy Dragons do not abandon their Dragon Holders under any circumstances. They have the ability to sense danger when their owners are in trouble. These creatures do not have a record of harming others. If anything attempts to make physical contact with the creatures, the actions would pass through the Fairy Dragons as if they were holograms. Many scientists have confirmed that the Fairy Dragons benefit the children that have them, but proof of their existence is inconclusive. Fairy Dragons disappear at the end of a child’s adolescent years, specifically children lose all memories regarding their Fairy Dragon and other Fairy Dragons they have encountered.
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