This document will be discussing the behavioural patterns and their life cycles of the species dragon Eudraco magnificus occidentalis and their potential benefit to the earth empire.
The dragon is predominantly a solitary creature, once it leaves it parents it will often live like this until it finds a mate and starts a family. but despite this is still retains the capacity for group living, such dragons do not prefer such a lonely life and will instead seek out other dragons that it has no intention of mating with or are not its parents to form a group. These groups range from everything from tribes with pack mentality to entire communities and everything in between, these groups will often work together to hunt for food and for protection.
Upon leaving their parents a dragon will spend some portion of its life being nomadic, moving from place to place, until it finds a home it wants to live in. some dragons may never find a home, preferring to spend their lives