Scat is dragon dung, a very useful sign to look out for when tracking dragons. Warm scat means the dragon is near while cold means that they are far. Remember, NEVER EVER TOUCH DRAGON SCAT! It will likely end with you getting killed, unless you have gloves and it's dried, as then it can be used as fertilizer that makes plants grow in record time. How to identify different scat below.
EUROPEAN: Large, smelly scat containing the bones of prey; highly noxious-fumes may be seen emanating from very fresh droppings.
KNUCKER: Similar to large but irregularly sized horse droppings.
AMPITHERE: Soft and squishy when fresh, Amphithere scat soon turns rock hard.
FROST: Quite cold when compared to other scats, but still provides sufficient warmth for cold penguins.
WYVERN: Extremely large, sometimes many feet high; usually dropped whilst flying [special care should be taken if wyverns are flying overhead.]
LINDWORM:Long and thin.
Some scat, [Such as the Lung,] Have never been seen.