Northern coastal dragons are generally smaller than inland variants, and are well adapted to the temperate, wet weather. Beaches often provide opportunities to scavenge, especially after large storms. Beachmaster dragons are large enough to take on marine mammals such as seals and otters, but large kills require long digestion time before they are light enough to be airborne again. This beachmaster is keeping a weather eye on the horizon, since high winds mean fewer competitors for hunting and scavenging along this storm-battered stretch.
Coastal beaches and inlands
Fish, birds, small to medium sized mammals
Approximately 50-60’ wingspan, 25-30’ long