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Hello

I'm trying to find an monster/creature that existed in earth's past, live for hundreds of years, lays eggs, and is in cannon. Dragons are the most obvious answer, but I'm trying to find something else. Any suggestions? I would appreciate it.

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what setting is it for?

Dinosaur eggs that were in a stasis <whatever>.

Or maybe an area of land was transposed with a portion of land from the distant past that brought <something> to the present day.

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Mr. Jays wrote:
Hello

I'm trying to find an monster/creature that existed in earth's past, live for hundreds of years, lays eggs, and is in cannon. Dragons are the most obvious answer, but I'm trying to find something else. Any suggestions? I would appreciate it.

Gargoyles.
They have been around for at least 100,000 years, lay eggs, have rather long lifespans and have canonically existed in the timelines of Rifts, Chaos Earth, Heroes Earth, Ninjas and Superspies Earth, and Beyond the Supernatural earth.

Does that help?

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Unread postPosted: Wed Oct 25, 2017 11:19 pm
  

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eliakon wrote:
Mr. Jays wrote:
Hello

I'm trying to find an monster/creature that existed in earth's past, live for hundreds of years, lays eggs, and is in cannon. Dragons are the most obvious answer, but I'm trying to find something else. Any suggestions? I would appreciate it.

Gargoyles.
They have been around for at least 100,000 years, lay eggs, have rather long lifespans and have canonically existed in the timelines of Rifts, Chaos Earth, Heroes Earth, Ninjas and Superspies Earth, and Beyond the Supernatural earth.

Does that help?

Yes, that does greatly. Thank-you!

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