Fire Dragon with Flames Statue
High quality Fire Dragon Statue, made of environmental resin material, transferring the pattern on the surface in decal by hand. The exquisite shape and color of the flames makes this dragon so vitality striking and amazing, will bring an impressive focus to your home or office. This Dragon Statue is very amazing and special with very brighting color. Many legends tell of Fire-breathing Dragons. The first myth to report of this ability was possibly that of Beowulf, but earlier myths already featured creatures that spit flame such as the Chimera, which were then associated with dragons due to this ability. Hard as it may be to believe, there is a possibility that some animals can produce fire but, to date, no fire-breathing animals have been found. However, it wouldn’t be impossible for an animal to expel flames. The Bombardier Beetle (family Carabidae) stores hydroquinone and hydrogen peroxide in its abdomen, which it ejects when threatened. The chemicals mix in the air and undergo an exothermic (heat-releasing) chemical reaction, essentially spraying the offender with irritating, boiling hot fluid.
When you stop to think about it, living organisms produce flammable, reactive compounds and catalysts all the time. Even humans inhale more oxygen than they use. Hydrogen Peroxide is a common metabolic by-product. Acids are used for digestion. Methane is a flammable by-product of digestion. Catalases improve the efficiency of chemical reactions. A Dragon could store the necessary chemicals until it’s time to use them, forcefully expel them, and ignite them either chemically or mechanically. Mechanical Ignition could be as simple as generating a spark by crushing together piezoelectric crystals. Piezoelectric Materials, like flammable chemicals, already exist in animals. Examples include tooth enamel and dentin, dry bone, and tendons. So, Breathing Fire is certainly possible. It hasn’t been observed, but that doesn’t mean no species has ever developed the ability. However, it’s just as likely an organism that shoots fire might do so from its anus or a specialized structure in its mouth. Fire Dragon with Flames Statue measures: 12 inches / 30.5 cm x 6.5 inches / 16.5 cm x 9.25 inches / 23.5 cm.
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