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The heraldic dragon is a 4-legged beast with a horny head, barbed tongue, scaly back, armoured rolls on the chest and belly, 2 bat-like wings, 4 legs with talons like an eagle
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The [[heraldic]] '''dragon''' is a 4-legged [[heraldic beast|beast]] with a [[horn]]y head, barbed tongue, scaly back, [[armour]]ed rolls on the chest and belly, 2 [[bat]]-like wings, 4 legs with talons like an [[eagle]]
It is usually shown [[rampant]], [[statant]] or [[passant]], and rarely displayed like an [[eagle]].
 
   
 
It is usually shown [[rampant]], [[statant]] or [[passant]], and rarely displayed like an eagle.
There are also dragons in Chinese, Korean and Oriental heraldry.
 
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There are also dragons in Chinese, Korean and [[Oriental heraldry]].
 
These dragons have no wings, and 5, 4 and 3 toes respectively, but [[SCA]] [[heraldry]] requires they are depicted with 3 toes or less.
 
These dragons have no wings, and 5, 4 and 3 toes respectively, but [[SCA]] [[heraldry]] requires they are depicted with 3 toes or less.
   

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