Reddit user biophilia curiosis of Operation Wallacea (http://www.opwall.com/) spotted this specimen in Buton, Indonesia.
"While participating in a herpetology study we stumbled across this female laying eggs in a nest. She was found in the Lambsuango Forest reserve and was immediately released after this photograph was taken."
I encountered one of these here in Singapore while working but I think it had some red-colored skin/flaps below it's neck too. That was about 2/3 weeks ago and it was one hell of a beautiful creature.
But this thing glides, no flying. You can see by the way the wings are formed and attached. They are not made for flapping. Also no burn marks on the persons fingers or grass which means no fire breathing. Just saying.
Yeah +Trindy Oakley it's a shame. I was working so I couldn't I just taunted it for a moment- it spread it's wings totally beautiful then i guess it reckoned that it's of no use lol and put 'em back. I carefully picked it up and put it in the bearby bush :)