The Dragon of Rhodes

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Area(s) Reported: Rhodes; Greece; Europe
Date(s) Reported: 1323~1346 CE

According to legend, in the 14th Century a knight of the order of St. John fought, and barely defeated, a dragon on the island of Rhodes. This odd beast was about the size of a bear, and had a long neck, snake like head, and two scaly projections that were compared to donkey ears!

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