-Okay but peple with wings. People having wings specific to different birds, people with owl wings able to gracefully fly without making a sound, people with air diving bird wings (eagles, hawks, buzzards) who can fall for long distances but not break any bones if they land correctly, people with water bird wings who have water proof ones which dry very quickly.
-Society having sub groups among the subgroups each type of wings having stereotypes (eg. prey birds: Housewife/husband).
-Peoples wings become more colourful the more loved they feel.
-Wings that mimic their emotions many have learnt to keep them under control but some keep them tightly shut so they don’t seem obnoxious or knock everything over.
-People who dye their wings whether due to fashion trend or think their wings are boring.
-Laws in certain areas, like building sites and sky scrapers where you aren’t allowed to fly.
-Stress causing feathers to fall off.
-Everyone moults and gets a new and beautiful wingsthat stand out, this time of year is different for everyone.
-People with small wings wanting big fluffy ones, people with big fluffy ones veiwing their wings as clumsy and as a nuisance and wating smaller neat wings.
-A couple of people who beleive that certain wing types have certain personalities (like the zodiac but with wings) and devoting their lives to that belief. One example could be people with Robin wings are angry and arrogant.
-People with different sized lungs dependant on what altitude they can get to and how large their lungs are.
-Swimming with wings. Those who haven’t got water proof wings can buy a wax which makes them more sublime in the water.
-Wing competitions (like body building competitions and fashion competitions).
-Cameramen Kestrels (They can hover and stay in one place for a while kestrels are like helicopters)
-Little children wanting to fly but their wings aren’t big enough, usually you can learn to fly at 11-18 years of age.
-Teenagers who have had growth spurts unable to fly for a while cos their wings aren’t able to grow fast enough.
-Some people being natrually better at building muscle, or find it easier to gain fat and then find it hard to lose it due to their wing type.
-Flying police, paramedics and fire fighters who are strong af as they have to carry their equipment and suits/uniforms sometimes even carry others.
-Flying pizza man.
-Flying amazon delivery man who delivers loads of small packages at once.
Other than the plated scales, tough leathery skin, frilled head, horned skull anatomy and sinuous tail, mythological and folkloric dragons have very little in common anatomically with actual reptiles. They have MORE in common with the Felidae genus (cat family) and the Aves Phylum Chordata (bird classification).
Like a cat’s eye, a dragon’s eye has a comparatively large iris with a vertical pupil. This arrangement allows the pupil to open extremely wide and receive more light than that of a human eye.
A dragon’s legs are also decidedly nonreptilian, despite the scaly coverings. A dragon’s legs are positioned more or less directly under its body, in the manner of mammals. (Most reptiles’ legs tend to splay out to the sides, offering much less support and mobility than a mammal).
Lasly, a dragon’s four feet very closely resemble those of a great bird. Each foot has three or four clawed toes facing forward (the number varies, even among dragons of the same kind), plus an additional toe, also with a claw, set farther back on the foot and facing slightly inward toward the dragon’s body, like a human’s thumb.
A dragon’s resemblance to a reptile is literally only skin deep So the next time someone you know refers to mythical dragons as giant lizards, you’ll have the know-what to save a life.
I personally think Sirens have the ability to change their form with their songs, which is why Aireal and Aquatic sirens exist. Anyway, here’s what I think the Aireal look like. Theres a Harpy on the side to tell the difference.
Sidon doesnt like Nutella and Link breaks up with him.
“I was never surprised that they did not have a phoenix on display. There is only one phoenix at a time, of course, and while the Natural History Museum was filled with dead things, the phoenix is always alive.”