In 2014, Rob and Nick Hanigan, two fossil hunting brothers, found a “201-million-year-old” dinosaur at Penarth in South Wales. The dino has now been named Dracoraptor hanigani.
Dracoraptor means 'dragon thief'. While many scientists assume that the dinos died out millions of years ago, the dragon part of the story is interesting, as Medieval stories often featured fierce fire-breathing creatures that lived at the same time as humans.
St. George and the Dragon is probably the best known of these stories.