"Oh man our dragons probably seem really weird! They are omnivores with a preference for these really hard to crack nuts that grow on the big trees in the swamplands. That's why they can spit acid, so its easier to get at the nuts. I already mentioned they are kinda translucent, they kinda spend their days holed up in the caves beneath the trees and mostly come out at night unless they get disturbed during the day. But their wings and tails are more colorful and there are a few different colorations you can find, often it kinda depends on regions. They usually live in groups ranging in size between about 5 to 12 specimen, usually with an alpha female and her daughters leading the swarm. They aren't very agressive so we usually tolerate swarms settling down near groves because they also eat stuff that can be actually dangerous to our little ones and the parenting groves, but during mating season and in regions where territorial conflicts are frequent they can get real nasty." You pause, try hard to remember all of the stuff you learned when you were still a youngling. Well, you could always talk about your firsthand experience with them. "Uh. A full grown dragon is like three times my size. I used to get in fights with them a lot, because I wanted one as a pet when I was a stupid kid and somehow thought beating it in a fight would make it like me. Maybe I just read to many adventure novels where that was a pretty common plotline. I really wanted the pretty peacock alpha that lived behind our grove and in hindsight she probably kinda liked me because she tolerated my laughable assaults on her and never seriously tried to melt my face off, but yeah, no can do. I mean it's really, really rare to domesticate dragons anyway because alphas are hard to befriend and unless you get a swarm dynamic going they don't survive very long either because of infighting or because of loneliness. I think biologists are trying really hard to raise alphas in captivity in the hopes that they'll produce pheromones in order to lure in wild loners so that they can have a swarm in captivity to observe. For such a common animal we really don't know that much about their social dynamics." You shrug. "I mean I guess y'all probably have cool animals on your homeworlds, too. I'm kinda a nerd about the dragon thing, but they are really not that exciting to most of us."