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  • 'The Last Dragon' by David Dancey-Wood
  • Chinese alligator
  • First issued late 2019
  • Giclee print
  • Limited edition of just 99
  • Measures approximately 70cm x 30cm


The Chinese alligator, also known as the Yangtze alligator, is a rare and endangered species found only in China. They are fascinating creatures with unique adaptations and behaviors that have helped them survive for millions of years. In this article, we will explore the world of Chinese alligators, their habitat, behavior, and the conservation efforts being made to protect them.

Appearance and Characteristics:
Chinese alligators are small compared to other crocodilian species, measuring only 4-5 feet in length on average. They have a broad, flat head and a short snout with numerous teeth used for crushing and gripping prey. Their skin is armored with bony plates called scutes, which provide protection from predators.

Habitat and Behavior:
Chinese alligators are found only in a few locations in China, primarily in the Yangtze River basin. They prefer slow-moving freshwater habitats such as swamps, ponds, and marshes. They are nocturnal and spend much of their time hiding in underground burrows, which they dig themselves.

The Last Dragon, (Chinese alligator drawing)

SKU: 3
PriceFrom £195.00
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    • International shipping available
    • Currently, we can only send framed prints to UK destinations
  • All new prints are individually numbered and signed by David Dancey-Wood. Selection of prints sold is random and no particular number can be guaranteed. However, if you have a particular number that you would like or any that you definately do not want then please specify this when you purchase and we will do our best to help you get a number you're happy with. Numbered prints cannot be changed after they have been shipped.

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