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Okay can't seem to figure out my own species and at the same time maybe this can help other people.

So first a I'll describe the appearance

About 9 to 12 foot tall raptor like head with a long muscled body somewhat serpentine in shape with spikes along the upper back that have a soft webbing between spikes much like a dorsilfin a tail more like that of an Amazon crocodile the feet are broad look like they would be good for crushing prey or swimming and have 4 rather large sickle like claws at the end of each toe the hands are 3 fingered with a thumb but have moderate webbing between the eyes are slit pupiled not unlike a snakes able to spit a molecular acid that holds compounds similar to cyanide can breath both on land and under water with out needing to retreat to either after any length of time.

From what memories I do have, visions, and dreams it's habitat is typically rainforest or incredibly damp jungles.

Does anyone recognize this species at all?

While we're on the topic of species I'm also interested in anyone else's species as well.

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It sounds like a spinosaur. Apart from dragons, have you looked into the possibility of being some sort of dinosaur? Seems like dinosaurs and dragons might be distant cousins to me. <!-- sWink --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_e_wink.gif" alt=";)" title="Wink" /><!-- sWink -->

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2012-05-01 13:35
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It is possible I have been thinking of that off and on but given my use of magic and preference for a language that I'm unsure of the origin I'm still unsure of if its a amphibious dragon or a dinosaur. Could be a dino after all we only learn so much from fossils.

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