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The Mexican Amphithere(Draco americanus mex.) is an enigmatic dragon which could have inspired the Aztec god Quetzalcoatl.
They are 5 to 10 feet high and 45 feet long, with a 6 foot tongue which has to curl around the back of its skull. Colouration is iridescent blue-green with a paler green belly. The wings turn purple while the mane and tail feathers turn gold in the breeding season. They squawk in a manner similar to a parrot and eat large land animals. Lairs are found near water, with their nests resembling coracles containing three hard eggs. Eggs are able to float and are brown with orange markings. Chicks have to wait in rocky holes for three years until their wings grow. Aveloca, the most famous Amphithere lived to 223.