Scientists await for the hetching of a creature resembling a dragon in a Slovenian underground cave. This creature is a prototype for mythoogical dragons and can live up to 100 years.
It’s called olm and its birth is very rare. The female reproduces only every six-seven years. Olms are ancient, blind salamanders that resemble the mythological creature, according to biologist Sašo Weldt, who studies the amphibians at Postojna Cave in Slovenia.
In a Slovenian cave only accessible by an underground train, scientists are eagerly awaiting the hatching of 57 “baby dragon” eggs.
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