Game of Thrones: We Can\u2019t Discount Drogon Eating Daenerys Says Forensic Anthropologist: While audiences are expecting Drogon was shooting Daenerys straight back to her ancestral home, a forensic specialist considers the dragon might have simply consumed her.\r\n\r\nWhile it looks like everything was examined and rehashed concerning the Season 8 finale of HBO's epic fantasy series, Game of Thrones, a forensic specialist has now entered the ring concerning the destiny of Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke).\r\n\r\nSPOILER ALERT: This Report discusses the Last season of HBO's Game of Thrones. Please proceed with caution when you haven't yet seen each the episodes in Season 8 and also want to prevent spoilers.\r\n\r\nIn the last installment of Game of Thrones, Daenerys maintained the iron throne but was murdered by her nephew and buff, Jon Snow (Kit Harington). He melted the iron cop with his passion prior to picking her up in his claws and flying off with her dead body.\r\n\r\nIt was shown near the end of the last incident that Daenerys had led east towards Volantis and Bran Stark (Isaac Hempstead Wright) said he'd attempt to find the dragon.\r\n\r\nSince that time, fans have speculated about why Drogon has been led in that way.\r\n\r\nAs mentioned previously by us, among those theories sees Drogon carrying Daenerys into Volantis to be able to possess her vaccinated with a reddish priestess. But, based on a meeting a forensic anthropologist did together with all the Huffington Post, there can be a more mundane ending for Daenerys' body: Drogon could have eaten her.\r\n\r\n\u201cMight he eat her? Possibly, yes,\u201d Dr. Carolyn Rando, a forensic anthropologist at the UCL Institute of Archaeology said.\r\n\u201cI don\u2019t think we can discount that he was going off to eat her.\u201d\r\nBut, how did Rando come to this conclusion?\r\n\r\nThere's proof in the actual world that under certain conditions, creatures might be direct to eating their own owners. But a number of these situations arise from a pet being not able to depart a place after their owner dies and there are not any other food except to their proprietor.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nAnother motive sees creatures occasionally unintentionally getting mixed up into eating following licking or nudging their deceased owner as they attempt to work out exactly what's happening -- something which has been evidenced by Drogon at the last episode of Game of Thrones if he nudged Daenerys later Jon stabbed.\r\n\u201cSo [the animal] tends to lick, and there\u2019s a lot of blood and then eating might happen, but more out of just stress or something like that.\u201d\r\nMoreover, Rando also indicates that malnutrition may factor into this concept. In Season 8 Game of Thrones, Daenerys had said her dragons weren't eating well. This was set down to the simple fact that dragons don't deal well in the colder weather of the North. Therefore, after shooting Daenerys away, as Drogon attained a warmer place, it might have triggered an insatiable desire to eat .\r\n\r\nBut although it's likely that Drogon ate Daenerys, Rando isn't convinced that really occurred. Rather, she would rather believe that Drogon did not consume the Mother of Dragons and, rather, only flew off into the sunset together with Daenerys and had been only grieving the loss of his own mother.\r\n\r\nSeason 8 was the final season of HBO\u2019s\u00a0Game of Thrones. HBO is currently in production on a prequel series set in the same universe as\u00a0Game of Thrones. However, no release date has yet been announced for this new series.