Baxia was one of the nine sons of the dragon. He enjoyed transporting heavy items across the land,  or at least liked to carry weighty objects.  For this reason, his father ordered that his image be placed under grave monuments and other important statues,  and to this day, Baxia's image can be found at the bottom of stone monuments. 
Baxia was a long dragon, sometimes described as being part-tortoise.  In ancient times, Baxia was a simple turtle, and many people see Baxia's image and assume him to be a turtle, not a dragon.  However, Baxia has the body of a turtle and the head of a dragon. 
- Baxia was one of the nine sons of the dragon. 
- He was part-long, part-turtle. 
- He was known for his ability to bear and to carry heavy objects. 
- The Dragon Kings
- The Nine Dragon Scroll
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