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An ocean-adapted reptile, the Sea Drake (Neotylosaurus pacificus) can reach lengths above 10 meters, and is an efficient predator of fish and sea mammals. Its long body, with wide, webbed flippers and narrow head resembling a western dragon has given its moniker of a drake, although it is in no way related to the fire or ice drakes. It hunts in small packs with other drakes, sometimes bringing down creatures much larger than itself and it is aggressive enough that it will attack metahuman swimmers and small boats.
- Paranormal Animals of North America, 138–139