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Sky serpents are snakes or elongated serpentine dragons that appear to float or fly in the air. They typically move in an undulating fashion, as if they are sea serpents of the air. They are not the same as ordinary flying dragons, because they manage to fly without wings, like most Asian dragons that have the ability to fly. Some Sky serpents are seen to have different colors and textures than other Sky serpents which are sighted all around the world .
Arabian Flying Snakes and Namibian Flying Snake, other flying snakes.Category:Cryptids
Sky serpents are sighted all over the world, including America during the twentieth century.
Some sky serpents look very much like ordinary snakes, except that they are huge and in the wrong place. Other sky serpents have some dragon features, including the ability to breathe fire or lightning.
Sky serpents are so strange that if they are real at all, it is hard to imagine how they might be natural animals. Unless they are really atmospheric beasts or perhaps UFOs that are somehow disguised as living creatures, it would seem that sky serpents must be relegated to the realm of the supernatural. Therefore, not many cryptozoologists are interested in them. When scientists working in the field of cryptozoology do become interested, they usually decide that these creatures must have wings if they are able to fly, and then decide that they are really dealing with giant bats or something similar.
Category:Dragons and Dragonoids
>Category:Dragons and Dragonoids
Category:North America (Minus Mexico and Caribbean)
>Category:North America (Minus Mexico and Caribbean)
Category:Flying and Gliding
>Category:Flying and Gliding