Bearded Dragon - Australia
RECOMMENDED FOR AUDIENCES:
1 - 100 YEARS OLD
They are omnivorous and consume many types of insects, small vertebrates, and vegetation including fruits and flowers.
Females lay clutches of 11 to 16 oblong leathery eggs in early summer that hatch roughly 3 months later. The average lifespan is 5-7 years in the wild, but they can live as long as 20 years in captivity.
They have the ability to change color during rivalry challenges between males, and in response to temperature change and other stimuli.