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I was comparing the domestication of sheep to the hypothetical domestication of dragons. Sheep were valuable for their wool, they were selectively bred so that their wool would be white and fluffy and not fall off all over the place so that it could be collected more easily etc. If dragon scales were a valuable/useful commodity would perhaps dragons be bred for best scale type and perhaps for scale moulting or shedding (I’m going with the idea that dragons would shed their skins like snakes) so perhaps they could be bred in a manner that scales could be continuously harvested from a dragon periodically during its lifetime?

Or perhaps dragon scales and or teeth are like shark teeth. Forever growing new ones and they simply push old ones out of the way. That would be a useful trait for a domesticated dragon breed to possess.

Why can’t I get a degree in care of magical creatures?


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