Superstitious villagers convinced dragons are real after discovering 60ft skeleton of ‘mythical creature’

Villagers in northern China believe they have discovered the 60ft skeleton of a dead dragon. Traditional Chinese dragons have no wings, and are depicted ‘swimming’ through the air, rather than flapping their wings, as shown in Western mythology.

 

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This depiction has convinced the residents of Zhangjiakou City, in China’s northern Hebei Province, that they had stumbled across a dragon.

 

The dragon 'skeleton' which villagers believe they have found

 

Footage taken by various witnesses at the scene shows dozens of villagers surrounding the suspected dragon remains, which start with a large skull, two tiny arms and then extend further along the grass.

The villagers are not sure what to make of the skeleton, but a superstitious few seemed convinced that they were indeed looking at the remains of the mythical creature.

 

But many think it was a movie prop that has been left behind

 

Chinese social media said the ribby skeleton appeared to have been placed there intentionally, perhaps as a prop for a movie, but so far no one has come forwards to confirm these claims.

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