Living Sky Academy
A group of explorers discovered dragons living deep in the Amazon back in the early 1900s. Since then more and more dragon species have been located in remote parts of the world. Some are clearly harmless while others are savage creatures that see every living thing as their rightful prey.
Laws were put into place twenty years ago to protect the dragons and prohibit black market trading of the more dangerous and fragile breeds.
Since their discovery, dragons have become a part of human society much like any other animal: as household pets and parts of the workforce. It’s common to see dragon eggs and hatchlings for sale in pet stores and for cities to be patrolled by police on dragonback.
There are some factions of society that are heavily anti-dragon and see them as a menace.