Seri and her two sisters are a species of dragon we don't see too often on the mainland - they're Mortifrem Polas, a subspecies of Saxsubterra that's native to one of the outlaying islands along the eastern coast. Like SaxSubterras, Polas dragons are wingless and therefore flightless, spending much of their days either burrowed underground or nestled into deeply dug but open-topped trench dens. Their most distinct feature is the beautiful array of desert plants and succulents that grow along their backs and tail; the specific kind of plants seems to be dependent upon their recent local environment and diet, but regardless of what's growing from them, all of the plants have a very distinct difference from their normal, growing-in-the-ground counterparts - they're all incredibly poisonous. Naturally this makes them an excellent resource for those brewing toxic tinctures, though very few people attempt to domesticate this species. They grow quite large in the wild and can be incredibly dangerous to approach or herd, and there's some research to indicate that when domesticated the strength of the poisons they're carrying around grows steadily weaker.
This is of course good news for prospective adopters of Seri and her two sisters! Special care will need to be taken to ensure that other creatures and small children don't touch or ingest any of their flowers, but over the course of the next five years or so the poisons will eventually grow inert, making them just as safe as any SaxSubterra dragonling. You need not be worried about the physical danger this larger species might pose either - when hand-reared with love and care they are the dragon world's gentlest of giants.
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.