What Does a Chinese Dragon Look like?

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The Chinese Dragons are mythological creatures thought to have lived many years ago. They had a strange physical appearance as they had body parts from different creatures. In some dragons, the head looked like that of a camel, the ears were like those of a cow and the neck was like for a snake. Other dragons had a belly like a frog’s, paws like those of a tiger, claws like those of an eagle and they had whiskers on the sides of the mouth.
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