Most of our Aviary people are familiar with Pertesian dragonlings - they're a medium and mostly domesticated species that's both common and straight forward to raise. But unless you've spent year-around delving into the world of mythical creatures you might not have encountered Rubrum Pertesians just - that's because they have a very limited hatching window and there are a couple of things that have to line up perfectly to result in this rare hybrid, namely a very particular diet for the mother leading up to and during gestation and the place where the eggs are nested.
Seraphina was the last of our three Rebrum dragons to hatch this season, and initially we were slightly worried about her; her dragon egg was brought to us with a pretty severe crack down the side; it clearly wasn't fresh either because her body had clearly diverted a lot of energy to trying to repair the damage and keep her cocooned safely for a little longer. When this kind of trauma happens to mythical creature eggs, there can sometimes be slow development or outright damage to the dragon itself, but after close observation Seraphina has a clean bill of health! She's much calmer than Pippa and Libi but her shy smile and generous heart have already won her more than a few admirers in the front shop. Stop by and see her!
Each dragon hatchling comes with an adoption certificate!
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.