Emerging evidence indicates that dragons can no longer be dismissed as creatures of legend and fantasy, and that anthropogenic effects on the world's climate may inadvertently be paving the way for the resurgence of these beasts.
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Hamilton, A., May, R. & Waters, E. Here be dragons. Nature 520, 42–43 (2015). https://doi.org/10.1038/520042a
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