Bearded Dragon Facts

Wild Locality

Throughout Australia

Lifestyle

Mostly Terrestrial (ground-dwelling) but can also climb

Diet

Insects, Small Animals, & Vegetation (omnivore)

Habitat

Forests, Deserts, Scrublands, Savannas

Adult Size

~ 18-24” & 400-600 g

Activity

Diurnal (active during the day)

Conservation Status

Least Concern

Life Expectancy

~ 10-15 years in the care of humans (less in the wild)

Threats

Invasive Species & Habitat Loss

FUN FACTS

Bearded Dragons often use body language & posturing to communicate with one another. They will puff out their “beards,” bob their heads, or even wave their arms to signal one another depending on what is occurring. These amazing lizards are omnivores & will eat almost anything that fits into their mouths including plants, insects, & other smaller animals. 

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