Dragon flower has been discovered in an archaeological site in northern Turkey

A new species of dragon flower has also been discovered near the ancient town of Yaman and was previously thought to be extinct.

The discovery of the new species was made by a team of Turkish researchers in the Yaman area, which is located in the northern province of Hakkari.

The team discovered the dragon flower, known as Yaman bintasi, in the village of Yamin after collecting samples from nearby sites.

The researchers found a few fragments of the flower at the site, which had previously been thought to have been extinct.

This new species is a new species, so its only known in Turkey.

It has been dated to be between 5,000 and 7,000 years old, but the researchers have not yet found the exact location of the site.

It is not known if the dragon’s appearance was related to the discovery of its new home, or if the new specimen is a separate species.

“The new species has the same colour and shape as the older dragon, but this is only the case in the new locality.

It may also be a different species, which has not yet been confirmed,” the researchers said in a statement. 

The team of researchers said that this new species could be found at other sites around the world.

“This discovery shows that new species are being discovered all the time in the world, and that we have a global potential for finding new species.

The Yaman dragon flower could help to preserve the biodiversity of the region, and its new species should be a valuable addition to our knowledge of ancient cultures and the flora and fauna of the ancient world,” the team said.