A ‘Kanna Dragon’ is Born From a Dragon’s Egg!

A ‘kanna dragon’ has been born from a dragon’s egg.

Kanna Dragons are not just a cool new species.

They are a species of dragon.

The creature is named after the ancient Greek word meaning ‘dragon’.

Kanna is Sanskrit for ‘dragon’, while kanna means ‘egg’.

Kanna is the second species of kanna, and the third largest of all dragons.

Its a very cute baby, and scientists believe that its the first to be born from its egg.

This is a new species of Kanna, which is the third most massive of all dragon species, after the giant pterodactyl and the dragon.

Kannas eggs are also known as the ‘dragon eggs’, ‘egg eggs’, and the ‘kannadong egg’.

This is due to the large number of small protrusions (eggshells) inside them.

It is estimated that around 3,000 to 4,000 dragon eggs are produced per year.

There are several other dragons known to be the ‘king’s eggs’, including the two largest, the blue dragon and the grey dragon.

In fact, the largest of these is the kannadongs.

Kanthas are large birds that live in Asia.

The Kanna species is found in the Indian subcontinent, along the western coast of India, in the Himalayas, and in the southern Indian Ocean.

It has a wingspan of about 1.5 metres, and is the largest species of Asian dragon, measured at almost 7 metres in length.

It breeds in the forest, in lakes and ponds, and occasionally in the sea.

In India, there are around 60,000 Kanna living in the forests and in wetlands.

The giant ptera (the male) can reach a length of about 10 metres, while the kanadongs are smaller than half a metre.