baby dragons are hatching
Dragon Eggs are hatching at a cave in Slovenia.
A rare bread of salamander which is blind, is known as the olm or proteus, only reproduces every 5 to 10 years, and is thought to live to 100, according to the BBC.
Olms, which are called “baby dragons” by locals, typically grow to between 8 and 12 inches.
“We got our first Baby dragon!” the Postojna Cave posted on Facebook Wednesday.
The BBC reports that another baby olm was making its way out of its egg Wednesday. There are another 21 developed eggs in an aquarium at the Postojna Cave, which is a popular tourist attraction.