With a creak and a crack, the egg pops open! The newborn dragon is tiny and peach colored.
The baby dragon is small and peach colored. It's getting stronger every day, and has grown larger flower-like tail feathers!
Dwarf Alstroemeria Dragons are named after the flowers that their bright colors and elaborate tail feathers resemble. They are a lithe, wiry breed, and are built for sprinting more than flying. They will gladly eat fruit, but more often, packs of these dragons will take down and share large prey. They are very social, and live in matriarchal groups where females with children eat first and are otherwise the most respected. They are a very rare sight despite their numbers and the relative ease of finding their nests during breeding season, though, as their speed and keen senses allow them to flee from potential threats well before they come into sight.