"Although flatly ending with 'That's the legend told of the kind Water Dragon…' the story nonetheless has the satisfying elements of an entertaining and adventurous folktale. (Folktale. 6-9)"
Chinese dragons are made up of the parts of other animals, and this tale's eponymous water dragon has a snake's skin, a fish's scales, an eagle's claws and a deer's antlers.
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