The Blue Dragon
Where does The Blue Dragon live? The Blue Dragon is found on the surface of the deep ocean in tropical to temperate waters. It will occasionally blow to shore. It can be found off the coast of Eastern Australia, Europe, Mozambique, South Africa, India, and Peru.
What does The Blue Dragon eat? The Blue Dragon's diet is made up of Jelly Fish. They eat small Jelly Fish such as the Blue Bottle Jelly and also big Jelly Fish such as Man O' Wars. When they eat the Jelly Fish they don't digest it completely, they break down the Jelly Fish and keep the stinging cells called the nematocysts
Classification The blue dragon is a marine glassopod mollusk. It is a sea slug and its scientific name is the Glaucus Atlanticus
Adaptation The glaucus atlanticus can take poison from other animals and use it to keep it from getting eaten.
Anatamony and appearance The blue dragon is cobalt blue and has a grey belly and a blue back.
Life Cycle and Reproduction The blue Dragon is a hermaphrodite. It fertilizes itself and lays its eggs on the remains of its prey. Its main predators are birds like seagulls and pelicans.
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