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Nights and Dragons—
From the memoir of author Abigail Prynne
I could have given up, but I thought about my grandmother. She always told me that "people who believe that science is the answer to everything are missing out on everything else." With her words in mind, I searched some more. There were many facts that hinted that dragons may not be fictional. I noticed that cultures across the world all described dragons in similar ways. This was odd because they had no way to communicate with each other. I found dragons mentioned in more than just stories. They appeared in old legal papers, in the travel logs of Marco Polo, and in the Bible. I saw that the Chinese calendar uses a different animal each year. Dragons are included along with eleven real animals. I began to believe it was a real possibility that all of these people were talking about a creature that actually existed.
List three details from the text that support the main idea.
**Dragons are real.
~ There are legal documents, travel documents, & the bible talks about them.
~ The Chinese had them on their calendar, which consist of 11 other REAL animals.
~ Many cultures all believed the same things when it came to dragons, even if the cultures didn't have communication.