Turquoise Dragons don't hatch from their eggs; they erode. Instead of cracking open, a Turquoise Dragon egg simply breaks away bit by bit as it's left out in the wind (or sometimes water). The smooth, complex turquoise pattern is slowly revealed and eventually is completely surfaced, freeing the dragon from the egg.
Turquoise Dragons have long been admired by Caretakers for the complexity of their color. Enraptured by the many blue hues that make up the Turquoise Dragon's coat, many Caretakers have taken to painting their Turquoise Dragons, attempting to replicate the pattern.
Adult Turquoise Dragons have very pale blue fur that sits atop their heads and rests on the tips of their tails. This fur does not grow like other animals, as it's actually not fur at all. This fur is actually comprised of turquoise stones cut extremely fine, creating a fibrous material similar to hair.
Epic Turquoise Dragons love to dig, using their large tusks and powerful hooves to burrow deep into the ground. What do they dig for? Some Caretakers have observed these dragons unearthing turquoise stones, then leaving them behind for others to find. If you've ever found a turquoise stone while taking a stroll through the woods, you likely have an Epic Turquoise Dragon to thank.