The forest dragon lived in central and southeast asia and dwelled in dense forests. It hunted wild pig, deer, and other native prey. It could alter the flow of gas from its flight bladders to alter its call and mimic prey. It was a solitary and unsociable animal preferring to live alone, except when looking for a mate. It was capable of moving with absolute stealth through the forest and was the basis behind Chinese Dragons.
This dragon's wings were vestigial which meant that it could not fly, but it could glide using its wings and the flight bladders. This ability could be used to allow it to cross wide gaps swiftly.
This dragon used its flight bladders mainly as storage sacs for fire breathing, and it would use its fire to scorch away the skin and hair of its prey and also make the meat easier to digest.