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The Tibetan Dragon (Draco montana) is a wise and solitary creature, which has been known to meditate with some monks, although communicating verbally is banned.
They are 10 to 12 feet high and 40 feet long. It has five toes and has a shorter neck and smaller head than the Chinese Lung. Due to the altitudes at which they live, they have thinner bodies. Colouration is iridescent red or orange,as camoflage seems unecessary. They eat Yetis, which are becoming increasingly rare, and yaks. Eggs are round, laid singly in a scrape of snow and coloured orange, green or yellow with faint marbling. Chicks are able to "swim" through snow. Many of them can be found on Mount Kailash, supposedly home of the great Tsangpo.