The Last Dragons

Submitted by: buddy 11 years ago Entertainment
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What dragons might have been like.
There are 48 comments:
Female 815
Wyvern`s have wings but can`t fly. The rest look like European dragons judging by the size compared to that wizardy guy and yeah i think they might have existed :) i like impossible.
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Male 66
Amazing, just simply amazng. I believe Dragons exist, although the Book I read doesn`t describe them like this.
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Male 119
why the fuc k was it so dis-jointed?
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Male 194
that was nice, something different, wish id watched the full length thing. and why are people pulling it down? id much rather watch a made up documentary on dragons as a bit of entertainment than a documentary on a fish or something.
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Male 761
i saw that program it was good
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Female 585
Cool
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Male 286
Am i the first person to notice the one fighting with the dinosuar at the start is actually a Wyvern and not a dragon??
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Male 1,066
Heh...i seen this video when my teacher played it.
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Male 605
I liked how they actually made it seem like it was real. great graphics eh?
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Male 1,521
Very, very, very Nice! I loved it! I love Dragons! I wish they could be real or that they would build one using genetical science! Would be dangerous but would be worth it! I think!!!
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Male 36
Dragons are just derived from dinosaurs, with a few fantasy things thrown in, like the wings and the whole breathing fire thing. People like to make stuff up....
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Female 322
I always loved the romantic notion that dragons were just possibly left over from the dinosaur era. I mean, they did exist in myths all the way across Europe into Asia -- so is there some fact based in fiction? We`ll probably never know. But I still like the idea. :)
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Male 135
oh...wel that msg wasn`t suitable for minors....like any bloody minor doesn`t swear or blaspheme!!!
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Male 135
omg...has censorship become so bad in our world?! My original msg was " Bulls.hit and annoying bulls.hit at that"...what is acceptable and what isn`t acceptable in today`s society?!
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Male 135
Bullpoo...and annoying bullpoo at that.
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Female 1,403
It was okay, but what did that one dragon throw up, cottage cheese?
Ew.
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Male 851
I meant to watch this when it came on the first time
what with my busy schedule and all, however, I didn`t
those cookies don`t eat themselves you know
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Female 1,784
at first it wsa cool untell the lamo ppl came on and it reminded me off Trogdor on Homestarrunner lol
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Female 694
I seen that on the discovery channel. The full length video is MUCH better =P and I will never get over how beautiful that mating ritual at the end is!
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Male 730
holy crap i hate discovery channel. when i saw that, for TWO MOTHER-EFFING MONTHS i thought that difinitive evidence for dragons had been found. then one of my friends was like, "it was all theoretical" and i was like "well that sucks balls". the end
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Female 4
Very cool clip, the mating dance at the end looks just like the one preformed by bald eagles. I wonder what other behaviors are in the show that scientists added from birds?
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Male 2,372
Fantastic camera work. Where did they find the dragons again?
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Male 528
i remember watchin this on tv. its cool but kinda fanciful, imo. i especially like the ice cave dragon lol
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Male 85
another page infected by PA1N!!!
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Female 533
according to the documentary, their flight was helped with "hydrogen bladders."
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Male 38
I was amazed. I thought dragons just layed around all day in their caves sleeping on piles of gold and jewels....wow, you learn something every day. I love the internet
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Female 379
Seems like an elaborate video for something that we have no evidence ever existed.
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Male 1,265
Narrated by Bernard Hill, who played Theoden, King of Rohan. Almost right, B3ach Bum!
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Male 318
i have a dragon in my pants
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Female 17
I saw this special and I thought it was well done. I don`t see why people think a dragon couldn`t fly with those wings? The common bee is a great example as someone else pointed out. The point where the juvenile learns to fly and (ew) empties his stomach seems plausible. Birds crap all the time to "lighten the load". Also, their idea on how the dragons breathed fire by eating minerals in rocks seems plausible as well. Just because we have never seen something, doesn`t mean it has never existed.
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Female 1,468
Whoah Targo, in reading your first comment I though you were serious. :)

Dragons and other mythical creatures are neat, but that`s as far as I take it.

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Male 221
Obviously fictitious but nice. Someone mentioned that it is impossible for creatures with such small wings to fly. Check out the bumble bee - according to scientists it shouldn`t be able to fly although it appears that nobody has bothered to tell Mr Bee.
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Female 648
Targo--Hahahah.

I personally love dragons. And I love the Discovery Channel. So I`d watch this.

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Male 39
riiiight...
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Female 160
I think dragons are fascinating! I have a huge collection of pewter, porcelin and ceramic dragons. 8-)
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Female 178
yeah, it did^^^^^

at first i`m like, wtf this isn`t dragons, it`s dinosaurs, but then i got really surprised when he lights the dud on fire

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Male 694
the mating dance at the end looked cool
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Male 1,465
Actually, I believe that this actually was from the Discovery Channel in their two hour special “Dragons: A Fantasy Made Real”. They tried to take the most scientifically plausible approach to explaining the biology behind dragons were they to have existed. Though, their wins could have been just a little bigger. For instance, the Pteranodon was about six feet tall and its wing span could easily reach twenty five to thirty feet.
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Female 412
It looks really cool!
I like dragons....
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Male 18
I`d say it was just for entertainment, and that it could MAYBE be possible for dragons to have existed. It was still pretty sweet to watch though.
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Male 220
Saladin, its a portion of a DVD "Dragon`s World" (2005). I think the creators really believe in their existence millions of years ago.

The documentary plays on the `discovery` of a dragon carcass in modern-day Romania (same place where Dracula came from) and the video clip is narrated by the wizard dude from the Lord of the Rings. So it must be real. Not.

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Male 36
Well the laws of physics obviously didn`t apply in this documentary.

Seeing those giant lizards flying around with those pitiful wings lowered my IQ by about 20 points.

Once question. Is this supposed to be a serious documentray made by a bunch of sad people or is it just entertainment?

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Male 396
saw it on tv also; whats sad tho is that the creators actually believe that dragons exist or once existed.
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Male 124
That was cool, trying to emulate the old Discovery Channel documentaries they did on the dinosaurs. 4 stars.
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Female 123
Sort of choppy and didn`t flow very well. (just some clips from the Animal Planet special actually. And at least the creators tried to base the behaviors and adaptations on real animals. They could have just thrown together some basic myth stuff and been done with it.)
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Female 2,244
Cool video. Although some of the dragons seem like they wouldn`t really be able to fly the way they made the bodies. I doubt they would be smart enough to dance all artsy at the end of the video too.
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Male 923
I actually really liked that. I loved how they made it seem so factual, and almost plausible. Odd to think that with so many "real" dinosaurs, somehow the idea of dragons came about.
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Male 10,115
Link: The Last Dragons [Rate Link] - What dragons might have been like.
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