The Chinese dragon
Long ago chinese legends named a giant reptile called a Chinese dragon. The Chinese dragon is made from nine different animal parts. The head of a camel, the eyes of a demon, the ears of a cow, the horns of a male deer, the neck of a snake, the belly of a clam, the talons of an eagle, the soles of its feet a tiger's, and the one hundred seventeen scales that cover its flesh from a fish. The Chinese dragon can fly, yet it has no wings. Chinese dragons also have the ability to change shape, change color, and disappear in a flash.
The Greek dragon
Greek dragons seemed to be guardian dragons. The dragons were used by the gods to expand their plans, or they were used to guard treasured items that seemed too precious for others to have or get. One kind of Greek dragon was the Lernaen Hydra, it was a species of water dragon. It lived in the swamp of Lerna in Argolis. It was said to have nine, five, or one hundred heads. If you were to cut off one of its heads it would grow two more in its place. It had poisonous blood and deadly venom, plus it was large in size. Of course there were more Greek dragons, but their kind of common.