A phoenix is a bird in Greek, Roman, and Egyptian mythology. The phoenix can live for 1,400 years, then dies and it is reborn. It has golden and scarlet feathers. It is the size of an eagle. The phoenix is like an eagle, but with rick red and gold plumage,
The myth is that the phoenix burnt itself on the alter of the temple of Helios. A worm emerged from the ashes became a young phoenix.
The phoenixes call can make a person deaf. It can radiate heat so it can burn it's enemy.
It's tears have healing powers.
A dragon is a legendary creature that is most likely a reptile. A dragon is like a lizard that breathes fire and has wings. It is likely that dragons are cold blooded. A dragon speed is 200 mph and the wing span is 400 feet in length. All dragons have two holes in it's mouth, these holes would make a highly flammable gas during breathing. The gas comes out of the dragon's mouth, when the sparks hit the gas, it will light up creating fire.
Dragons live in deep places, others hide in deep caves, and some other perch on high mountain tops. The dragon can be 10 feet long. Dragons use toxic bacteria in their mouths to wound their prey.