kaolintel

A small dragon-lizard1The hyphenated term ‘dragon-lizard’ is used here, as the kaolintel has none of the defining characteristics of the full dragon. with uniform smooth, thin scales set in a diamond offset pattern down its sides. They live primarily in wooded terrain and build their dens close to water. Their fins, tails, and flat feet are adapted for short-distance swimming.

The primary diet of a kaolintel is the ilkwen and any small, slow-moving creatures in their area. They are opportunistic feeders, but appear to prefer vegetation and bugs to large quantities of meat, cooked or uncooked.

Most kaolintel will not stray further than a mile or two from their home unless actively roaming. All known cases of livestock harassment occurred when a larger animal strayed too close to an active den; it is recommended that solid fences of at least four feet be constructed around any paddocks or pens, as kaolintel do not typically attempt to scale fences of that height.

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    The hyphenated term ‘dragon-lizard’ is used here, as the kaolintel has none of the defining characteristics of the full dragon.
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