Prehistoric dragons are bird-like in appearance being bipedal and having long legs and necks. They are mainly black and white on their underside. As they age, they gain distinct features.
Juvenile Prehistoric dragons have dark green wings with red eyespots used to intimidate predators to defend themselves when left alone while their parents hunt.
Adult females gain yellow coloration on their wings as well as along their neck.
Males that reach adulthood sport orange wings and a red tint on their head. This is used to attract mates and distinguish themselves as a younger status.
Alpha males are dull with faded out colors having already proved themselves as top males.
Old male dragons are also dull in coloration like alpha males but can also be distinguished with broken horns having survived many battles withother dragons.