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Reptilian Body

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There is great diversity among Draconian Reptiles.

Snake-type
These are perhaps the most popularly drawn and encountered ones. Humanoid body configuration, tall and slender with a long slithering tail, their heads are narrow with tight scales. Eyes are large and yellow, snout somewhat pointy and with sharp teeth. Keen observers, lusty, intelligent and interesting. The Snake-type Reptilian in my life is the one called Snake (to the right in the image). He is yellow-beige and wears a tight-fitting bodysuit uniform and shoes. His true form is a small raptor, and this humanoid form seems to only be an image that he presents so that humans would treat him with more respect.

Robust Lizards
Robust Reptilians have a stout stocky build, a thick neck, shorter stout tail, somewhat protruding snout with small teeth, and smaller atypical eyes. A distinguishing feature are what I call the "gingerbread house roof tile" scales. Scales are small and protruding and placed in rings around the body. For distinction, I call the Robust Reptilians "Lizards". Most of them are White Lizards, one I have met is rusty brown red. The Lizards in my life include White Lizard Queen Mother, and Brutus/Ramses III/Julius/Justus.

Brown Winged
Brown winged Reptilians do not wish to be mentioned. They ask to be called Gods. They have two blunt bumps on the forehead which signifies royalty. Their rank in the hierarchy is rather high.

Crocodile Men
Crocodile Men were genetically made from Earth crocodiles. They were a suitable candidate since they were reptilian and they lay eggs and are good at guarding eggs.

Dragon Turtle
Hamish is a Dragon Turtle. He belongs to the "old race" of Draconians. He is different in that he has a soft cushion humpback on his upper back. Hamish has a fairly high rank in the Draconian hierarchy. He is also strong and can conquer many other Draconians. He guards my eggs from being stolen by other alien teams.

Reptilian Vocalizations
Draconians have their own repertoire of vocalizations, featuring a range of hisses, grunts, grunt-purrs, belches. The grunts sound similar to those made by a lion or a pig:
Pig Grunt #1
Pig Grunt #2
Lion Grunt #1
Lion Grunt #2

Over time, I have learned to understand my Dragon Turtle Hamish's vocalizations and he occasionally uses them to communicate with me. Hisses mean a warning. Goose basooning sound, which sounds like a horn, is yelling and telling me to stop. Palate clicks mean that Dragon is pleased. Grunts and grunt-purrs I still don't know the meaning of. Draconians also seem to communicate with exhale sounds.

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