Into The Dragon’s Den: Did Scientists Discover Real Dragon Corpse In Tibet? Here’s Everything You Need To Know

Kevin Carneglia - Author

Feb. 20 2017, Updated 11:12 p.m. ET

Dragons appear in the mythos of nearly every country on Earth. Sometimes they’re protectors, other times teachers, guardians, or even villains. But what remains constant is that people everywhere are captivated by the thought of these giant scaly beasts flying overhead, and maybe even roasting a castle or two. But what if the myth of dragons was something more? What if dragons were real?

No, we haven’t gone off the deep end (yet). FXNewsCall got the inside scoop on a video that might just make you think twice about what you think you know. If you’re ready to enter the dragon’s den, look no further.

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“A dragon shown in the video [uploaded to YouTube by Bhutanese station Radio Valley 99] is roughly 12 feet in width and lifeless. It’s lower limb on its right side looks severed from its torso and disfigured. Viewers believed it was a genuine documentation of a real-life dragon.”

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About mentions that dragons symbolize power, good fortune, creativity, and heaven in Buddhism, which is popular in Tibet. Many mythologies around the world have dragons guarding things of import, such as treasures or artifacts.


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