Bearded dragons are lizards that are native to Australia. They live in rocky and arid regions of the country and are adept climbers. In the wild they can be found on branches, basking on rocks, and staying cool in bushes and other shaded areas. Dragons have large triangular heads and flat bodies with pointed ridges along the sides. Their scales are spiny and appear dangerous but are soft, flexible, and not very sharp. They are omnivorous, eating both insects and plants.
- Skull Length: 5.0cm
- Skull Width: 4.5cm
- Skull Height: 2.5cm
- Semi articulated (tissue held)
- Includes sclerotic eye rings