Dragons and Wyverns are present throughout mythical lore, with each culture giving an image to their own idea of Dragons.
In Western cultures, dragons are depicted as having four legs, scaled bodies and wings, with Wyverns only having two legs, being smaller, less intelligent than dragons but more savage. They are imagined in a range of colours, and typically recognised as firebreathing creatures that symbolise chaos and evil. In Eastern cultures, dragons are depicted closer to serpents, sometimes legless and largely wingless, these dragons have longer slender bodies and embody different elements and planes, like spirit and celestial, they often are made up of different animals as well. In these cultures they are recognised as a beneficent symbol of fertility, associated with water and the heavens.
Dragons and Wyverns are also some of the most celebrated creatures in pop culture, featuring in Game of Thrones and many other fantasy series, this is one creature that we'll probably never forget!