Of course, the post “New lights on Dragon Metabolism”, posted on April 1st. was a joke for April Fools day. I invented
the whole Dragogenin issue!
Some clues that could have allowed the readers to detect that it was a joke:
– The date of the release of the information, April 1st., is repeated three times along the post.
– The News Agency: It is not Reuters, or UPI, or AP or AFP, but an imaginary AMP (Adenosin MonoPhosphate agency!).
– The place where the information was released: Nogare, an imaginary place, whose name is the name of the famous dragon movies “Eragon” written backwards.
– Komodo University: Of course, an imaginary University.
– The reference to imaginary, mythological creatures as ancient dragons that were living in Europe in the V -VII centuries.
– And of course, the note at the end of the post: “This post was released on April, 1st, 2009 (Happy A.F.)”, meaning Happy April Fools!
Conclusions: Do not believe everything you read, mainly if it is on April Fools!