Little was known about Saturn Dragons by ancient Caretakers. We know today that Saturn Dragons have small orbits of rocks and dust that form around them, but in olden times, Caretakers once believed that Saturn Dragons were just really good at balancing hoops around their necks.
Saturn Dragons have ring-like formations around their bodies similar to the planet Saturn, from which they get their name. That is their only relation to the planet, though some dragon experts believe this formation is proof positive that dragons - at least some of them - are originally from the planet itself. This is not a widely held theory.
The end of an adult Saturn Dragon's tail looks remarkably like the planet Saturn. When Christiaan Huygens - noted astronomer and dragon aficionado - discovered the rings of Saturn, he postulated that Saturn itself could be just the tip of a tail of a dragon the size of our solar system! Then he noticed the rest of the dragon wasn't there, realized how silly that was, and never mentioned it again.
The rings around Epic Saturn Dragons are massive; so much so that smaller dragons often get feet or wings stuck in between the rings and the Saturn Dragon. If you have an Epic Saturn Dragon, be sure to keep a close eye on those rings and be ready to jar loose any of your small, winged friends.