baby #dragons take their bow in a #Slovenian #cave: At the #Postojna Cave, Europe's #largest #cave open to tourists, staff were able to observe the #baby #dragons being born in 2016 pic.twitter.com/F46MkvQHEN— newserector (@newserector) June 12, 2020
Cave-dwelling animals have a pale pink skins, no vision, a long thin body and four legs, formally known as proteus and olms. They live in the waters of obscure cave of the Karst region of Southern Europe.
The people who believed the creatures were babies of dragons, who are believed to live in the caves, sometimes being forced into the open by high waters.
Staff were able to observe baby dragons born in 2016 in Postojna Cave, the largest cave in Europe for tourists.
"They have a 0,5% chance of survival," Science says. But 21 of them we succeeded in bringing up, "he added. In 2016 there were a total of 64 eggs.
The babies are up to 14 centimeters long and when fully grown, they reach a length of 30 centimeters (12). Olms can survive without food for up to 8 years and can live for up to 100 years.
In a cave where baby dragons are monitored before they are shown to the public, a special lab was organized.
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