In Australia, dragons like to snack on kangaroos (Sorry to all the kangaroo lovers out there). They run at a blazing 43 miles per hour (69 kilometers per hour). But getting a whole 100 pounds of meat is anything but a chore.
In the olden days, when there were more farmers than grass, a dragon would make a living killing off cows. I don’t blame them, for one cow alone is a good 1,600 pounds. And they are WAY slower than kangaroos at 25 miles per hour (40 kilometers an hour). But with a whole 2 million farms still in the U.S.A, I don’t know why I don’t hear any dragons snatching up cows anymore.
Here’s the golden question: Did dragons eat princesses in the olden days? NO. Yuck. ‘Dem petite little dainty rats that are worried they might dirty their dresses are GROSS. Us dragons would rather eat glass. The reason the knights came after dragons is ’cause of us snatching the farmer’s cows.