Illustration by Carabella Sands
Dragons do not exist. If they did, I would know about it. We all would. But of course you already know that.
But what if they did exist?
Nothing, really. It would be gnarly, that’s all.
(Note: The Komodo Dragon does exist. The saliva that it produces is so toxic that animals become poisoned and die when it bites them. There are other species in the world, I assume, that share the name “dragon”. Because dragons are such a pervasive myth, crossing almost all world cultures, the name is likely to be used when referring to a number of lizards and reptiles. Don’t be fooled. These are not dragons. Even dinosaurs, though dragon-like, were not dragons. They were something else.)