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Both in Chinese and western culture or legends, dragons appear as the strong creatures. The dragon is an important symbol in China. It is a symbol of wisdom, power, and luck. Unlike western dragons, oriental dragons are usually seen as benevolent and kind.
Chinese dragons control the rain, rivers, lakes, and sea. They can ward off wandering evil spirits and protect the innocent. They are called lung or long in the Chinese language.
They fly in the sky among clouds, but unlike the Western dragons they don΄t have wings. They have serpentine bodies and four legs. They are a composite of various other animals - the body of a snake, the horns of a deer, the claws of an eagle, the paws of a tiger, and the eyes of a demon. The breath of the dragon changes into either rain or fire.
You can find more information about the dragons on the Draconika web.
In China culture temples and other sacred places have been built to honor the dragons.
Match the characteristics according to the dragon type.