Blue Dragons are beautiful small blue sea slugs that float upside down in the ocean, drifting with the flow of wind and the waves. That's about where the niceties end however. Blue Dragons feed on venomous jellyfish-like cnidarians many times their size called the Portuguese man o’ war. They not only eat the man o' war, but re-purpose its stinging cells to use for themselves. Blue Dragons can pack a serious stinging punch, and are not to be trifled with.
So when "Dragon Hunter" julianobayd
decides to scoop up a handful, he is definitely playing with fire. "This is incredibly dangerous, even for professionals," he says. If he were a professional then maybe he'd know he's being an idiot.
Unfortunately for him, the Blue Dragons do what they're designed to do, and sting the crap out of him
. The next time we see Julian, he's in the hospital. Fortunately, Blue Dragon stings are not typically fatal, but that doesn't mean you should try picking them up. Even if you're a so called "professional."