We're not sure why but over the past year or so, Moonstruck dragons have become more rare. Not that they were entirely common to begin with - as their name suggests they're entirely nocturnal and females only hatch single eggs two or three times in their lifespan, so finding an abandoned egg is incredibly rare to begin with. But what the Aviary staff found with the abnormally large egg that was rescued from Cliffkey Harbor was absolutely astounding - not one Moonstruck hatchling, but two.
Amaris and her sister Evva have been sequestered in the Aviary for a little while now; as often happens when more than one hatchling occupies an egg, they hatched early and needed special care to get back up to speed. Both are on a special diet and vitamin supplement but now ready to make their debut and see about finding forever homes! While comfortable and companionable with each other, they're not quite bonded so while we would love to see them adopted together, we believe they'll do okay separated. Want to meet Amaris? She's now hanging out in the front end of the store!
Each dragon hatchling comes with an adoption certificate and a handful of dragon treats!
Care of Dragonlings
Your Aviary original sculpture is a completed piece - cured and glazed where normal handling might wear off paint to ensure a long life. Please do not get your hatchling wet as water can make the varnish over the eyes sticky; likewise, please do not expose your dragon to extreme temperatures. Handle with care - these are NOT suitable for play by small children.
*All boxes ship with tracking!* PLEASE NOTE our new shipping window is 3-5 days after purchase. If you need your dragon shipped with haste drop us a message and we'll do our best to accommodate. Please be aware too that domestic shipping is still somewhat chaotic due to COVID-19 so some packages may also be a little slower to arrive than in the past.