Never been a big fan of dragons but always liked Dinosaurs since I was a kid.
Dragons. Because they can fly. It's said that dragon is made of nine kinds of animals' parts. It has the head of a camel, 117 fish scales of the carp, deer horns, rabbit eyes, ears of a bull, the neck of a snake, stomach of a clam, paws of a tiger, and claws like an eagle. Chinese dragons don't have a pair of wing, but I see dragons in Games of Thrones do and they can fire. Cool!
Dinosaurs were a failed experiment. They have little in the way of brains (except for the Brontosaurus who had two, one near his tail) and no more talented than the Saturday-night drunk who stomps around out of control, looking for trouble, and throwing up on his own shoes.
Dragons fly, gather treasure, and vanquish knights in armour. And, they are fearless. The dragons of Pern risked their lives to protect the people of that world. Dragonriders of Pern.
Dragons.. You find them in the strangest places. The edges of old maps, books, China town during Chinese New Year. They are mystical, which I enjoy.
Dinos, but dragons have more gorgeous figures and dinosaurs are extremely jealous of that,
Dragons ... 'cause we outlived the dinosaurs and feasted on the rest of the magical creatures. Plus, we can transform our shape to appear human - until we tire of you all and decide we're hungry again.
Dragons! DRAGONS ALL THE WAY!
I'm gonna go for dinosaurs.
A "normal" dragon, with four legs and two wings that breathes fire and is huge, couldn't happen and they could never be studied as real things.
Dinosaurs offer some things to be curious about. I find it fascinating how much can be discovered from a few bones, not even the entire skeleton. What it ate, how it moved, how it compares to other organisms today and how other species evolved from it.