As their name implies, sea dragons are a marine form of dragon-kind. They tend to lair in deep sea-side caves and issue forth to prey on just about anything that swims in the ocean. Smaller sea dragons aren’t above beach-combing, and will strip local tide pools of shellfish and crustaceans. Larger dragons will take to the open ocean, hunting large fish, sharks, dolphins, porpoises, and even small whales. All sea dragons are more than ready to pounce on anything washed ashore, and can often be seen flying up and down beaches in their territory after storms, looking for dead and dying ocean life to devour.
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