Teacup Wyvern

Small dragonlike beasts with only 2 legs and two wings. About the size of your palm, these creatures are greatly desired as pets. They are calm, mischievous, intelligent creatures that Behave much like cats. Their scales can be of any color ranging from dull greys to brilliant Teals and Magentas.  

Basic Information

Anatomy

They have 4 limbs, two legs, two wings. A small tail, the same length as their body, a long neck, no horns.

Genetics and Reproduction

Female Wyvern lay 3 eggs in their lifetime and protect them fiercely.

Ecology and Habitats

They stick to rocky and cold areas, preferring to make nests much like birds out of rocks and moss up in trees or in shallow caves.

Dietary Needs and Habits

They eat anything, though they prefer meat.

Additional Information

Domestication

Teacup Wyverns specifically have become a desired pet due to their size, appearance, lack of aggression, and loyalty. When domesticated, they behave much like cats.

Facial characteristics

They have large eyes in relation to their face, bright with slit pupils. No horns, no visible ears, some sharp, needle-like teeth.

Average Intelligence

Teacup wyverns are incredibly intelligent, able to pick up on commands and signals quickly.

Perception and Sensory Capabilities

They have an average hearing and enhanced sight both day and night.
Genetic Descendants
Scientific Name
Draconic beast
Origin/Ancestry
Dragon
Lifespan
20 years
Average Height
23-25 cm
Average Weight
8-10 lb
Average Length
40-46 cm
Average Physique
They would not be considered very strong, though their flexibility and agility easily make up for that.
Body Tint, Colouring and Marking
they have incredibly diverse color schemes, a call back to their original drain heritage. They can have incredibly vibrant scales of blues, greens, reds, pinks, and anything else. They can have patterns, appearing like a kaleidoscope of colors, or they can be one color, blending into their surroundings more.
Geographic Distribution

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