This Dragon is only released for a limited time during it's associated holiday
Zombie Dragons aren't a species of dragon, per se, but are hatched when dragon parents are infected with the zombie virus. The parents are immune to the virus, and the babies are healthy, but they aren't always held together well. Veteran dragon keepers often have to sew some of the baby Zombie Dragons back together again.
Zombie Dragons are known by many to eat other dragons, but really its mostly just some playful biting. Sure, they sometimes get carried away, and there have been some incidents, but most Zombie Dragons are producutive members of dragon society. They just aren’t invited to many dinner parties.
Zombie Dragons are careful to replace their bandages or stitches with regularity; otherwise they may have a leg fall off. Of course, some playful Zombie Dragons see the brighter side of this, and often swap legs with their friends for a laugh.
Many dragon enthusiasts wonder: how are Zombie Dragons able to fly? They are very large, very bony, and don't have wings. In truth, they actually aren't able to fly, but are able to glide across the air. Epic Zombie Dragons have mastered this technique over the years, and when they need to catch an extra updraft gust, they lose weight by dropping an unnecessary body part.