Dragonology

Wormaking!!

The Wormoking!!

The Wormoking: an extremely hard to spot dragon. It is tiny, but threatening with their amazing, excruciatingly hot flames.

Amazingly, it is very minute, worm size dragon. Also, it has a pastel-pink complexion with ruby red, fiery wings. Incredibly, it has amazingly large flames even though it is significantly minute; being about 9-10 inches long- the Wormoking is small because of its habitat (under rocks).

Usually, you would find a Wormoking under large, hidden rocks- where there are extremely hot temperatures. Also, sometimes Wormokings are seen in very hot deserts and into temperatures up to 110`c to give it their colour.

The Wormoking eats extremely hot food: food that will burn the human tongue. E.g. the dragon chilli or a fire kebab as well as hot, burnt food. This helps the dragon spit their incredible, fiery flames. (Food under 90`c can freeze their tongue and they will die).

Amazingly, if the incredible Wormoking hits temperatures under 110`c it is turned into an ice fossil. This is caused by their features which have been adapted to very, very hot temperatures. Ice fossils will not melt until they are at least thousands of years old, then all that will be left of them are their tiny (micro-size) bones.

Unlike usual worms, the Wormoking has an amazing set of miniscule bones which cannot be seen by the human eye. Also, it has organs (so tiny it has to be seen through a very clear microscope) Compared to a normal worm this is a truly amazing creature!

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