Blue dragons found along Texas shore
Since the pandemic began and streets emptied we have heard the stories about wildlife emerging from the shadows, but in Texas, residents are reporting some very unusual sightings.
It's not bigfoot, it's a dragon.
Rare blue dragons are being spotted along the Padre Island seashore.
The dragons are actually 3 centimetre long slugs, but they pack a punch, just like their mythical namesakes.
They eat Portuguese man o' wars, and store the stinging cells from their prey to use for the future, so if a human tries to pick one up, watch out, the pain is reportedly quite intense from the sting.
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