The Book of the Dragon - Montse Sant

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The dragon has always been slandered and misjudged, persecuted and hounded by man, simply because he is different. Like so many other living beings, he has experienced death and persecution in the name of so-called superiority of civilized man. Perhaps, in the future, man will learn that with the death of a single animal or plant species an irreplaceable asset - something more precious than all the wealth in the world - is lost.

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