Alaskan snow dragons are a type of lizard that lives in alpine and arctic regions. They have been known to live over 25 years with the proper care taken. In the wild Alaskan snow dragons can grow up to 2 meters while in captivity they can only grow to about 1 meter. Their main diet includes small rodents like mice, rats, squirrels, etc… but Alaskan snow dragons also eat dead carcasses when available. Because Alaskans snow dragons aren’t found in high numbers near other Alaskan snow dragon habitats or other popular lizards they are often poached illegally for their skin which is used for clothes oftentimes sold at designer clothing stores throughout various parts of America.
What do alaskan snow dragons look like?
Alaskan snow dragons are albino lizards with white skin and black eyes. They have long skinny bodies similar to snakes, but Alaskan snow dragons generally have much thicker bodies. They also have long tongues that they use to smell which is much longer than other lizards so Alaskan snow dragon owners need to be aware of this when housing Alaskans snow dragons with other animals. Also, Alaskan snow dragons sometimes can get a red tint on their scales which is a warning sign of illness or stress in the alaskian snow dragon. Alaskan ice dragons can grow up to 1 meter in males and about half of that for females who usually only reach about 10 inches. Alaskan snow dragons aren’t known for being good pets because of their larger size and albino skin is sensitive to sunlight so Alaskan snow dragon owners need to be aware of the sun’s possible damage to Alaskan snow dragon scales.
What are Alaskan Snow Dragons preferred habitats?
Alaskan snow dragons can prefer living in cold climates not too hot or humid with temperatures around 10 degrees Celsius at night and between 20-25 degrees Celsius during the day. However, Alaskan snow dragon owners should be mindful about humidity levels inside their Alaskan ice dragons habitat as they don’t fare well with high humidity levels especially if its combined with elevated temperatures due to Alaska weather outside its enclosure Alaskan snow dragons will need higher temperatures and better habitat conditions than Alaskan snow dragons that live in warmer climates. Alaskans snow dragons are rarely found in groups of three or more however Alaskan ice dragons are social animals who often enjoy the company of others. Alaskan snow dragon owners should seek to buy Alaska snow dragons at pet stores instead of private breeders to ensure their Alaskan snow dragon is healthy, safe, and well taken care of.
All you need to know about Alaskan Snow Dragon:
Alaskan snow dragon are usually found in the alpine tundra around the alaskan mountains. They can grow up to 3 feet tall including their tails, but they rarely use it as a weapon. Alaskan snow dragons are very peaceful creatures and often won’t attack unless provoked.
They have two pairs of eyes one on the top of their face, and another big pair at the base of its tail. These pairs give them excellent peripheral vision allowing them to see everything that is happening around them without moving their head more than 5 degrees! On top of that alaskan snow dragon has exceptional night vision allowing it to see even in pitch-black darkness (unlike most reptiles)
This alaskan snow dragon an albino alaskan snow dragon is currently being kept at the alaska zoo.
Alaskan snow dragons are excellent swimmers, but poor climbers. They feed on small bunnies and hares that can be found in alaskan tundra’s plus they also eat fish (usually salmon) that they catch themselves. Alaskans weather conditions are harsh, winter temperatures can drop below freezing point for more then 6 months of the year, so alaskan snow dragons have developed a special method of keeping warm during winters. During winter they start to huddle together, creating heat by shivering (the same way mammals keep warm). This keeps them warm enough to survive alaska’s coldest season.
An alaskan snow dragons only natural predator is the alaskan grizzly bear. These ferocious bears hunt alaskans congregating in herds or pairs for easier hunting.
Alaskan snow dragons are very good parents and both male and female alaskans usually stay with their young until they reach adulthood at 2 years of age. They protect their young from danger with a life-threatening ferocity, if necessary sacrificing themselves to keep their children safe.
It’s been found that alaskan snow dragons communicate through telepathic means (Similar to pokémon). Their psychic powers allow them to read each others minds and warn each other of danger this also helps them when hunting.
Alaskan snow dragons are found in alaska, alaskas alpine tundra is their natural habitat. They are excellent swimmers and have very good night vision, but their sense of smell isn’t that great. Their biggest enemies are alaskan grizzly bears who hunt them in pairs or herds for easier hunting.
Snow dragons come in different colors albinos being the rarest type with white scales and red eyes (similar to albino pokémon). But they also come in many other colors like pink, yellow, blue…etc.
Alaska Snow Dragon Why is everyone talking about it? What
This albino Alaskan snow dragon was first seen back in the winter of 1908. It is rumored to live among the alpine tundra, Antarctica. This animal has never been seen before and there are only two known photos taken by professional photographers that captured this unbelievable sight. There are many different stories as to where this animal came from or how they got there but no one knows for sure. Some people say its a hybrid cross between an albino crocodile and an albino snake other say its just your average albino Alaskan snow leopard. What makes this thing so special other than the fact that it’s albino? This albino Alaskan snow dragon is albino which means it has no pigment in its skin and this causes the albino Alaskan snow dragon to have a pale white or pink coloring. This albino pigmentation was not caused by being in the sun too long but rather by a different mutation. So what do albino people look like? Well albino people’s skin tends to be very sensitive so they have a hard time going out into direct sunlight due to them burning easily and their eyes being extremely light sensitive. These albinos also tend to have vision problems such as blurred vision, sensitivity to light (photophobia), nystagmus (involuntary movement of the eyes) and strabismus (misalignment of the eyes). This albino Alaskan snow dragon is currently in captivity and has been for over a year now. It was put into an enclosure that would mimic its natural alpine tundra habitat to ensure that this albino alaskan snow dragon doesn’t mutate. Over the course of time, it has become acclimated to its habitat and has begun to make strides towards showing signs of albino Alaskan snow leopard-like behavior. The albino Alaskan snow dragon began making nests throughout its enclosure made from plant life and the occasional rat carcass (pictured below).
The albino Alaskan snow dragons also began burrowing their own dens within the enclosure which will one day be large enough for them to breed and reproduce albino Alaskan snow dragon children. The albino alaskan snow dragons are now fully mature. This albino animal is no longer an adolescent but rather a fully grown albino Alaskan snow leopard. They have learned how to hunt for their own food which consists of plants, small furry creatures (ie the alpine tundra hare) and other assorted mammals that inhabit this region of the world. The albino Alaskan snow dragon is one unusual-looking creature due largely to its lack of pigmentation coupled with its pale white or pink coloring. Many people say it resembles something that has come from another planet entirely!