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Published on Jan 28, 2012

I have been thinking about doing more reptile videos, and getting back to my old style, but with a new twist. Hope you enjoy watching my bearded dragon get his munch on.

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Bearded Dragons are native to the central part of Australia (see map) and are basically terrestrial, desert-dwelling lizards. Their color varies from a dull brown or gray to straw/yellow to fiery orange-red. They reach a length of 16 to 22 inches and are omnivorous feeding on fruit, flowers, leaves, insects and other small lizards/animals. During harsh times, beardies dig into the ground or find a hiding spot and aestivate (summer dormancy) or brumate (winter dormancy). In captivity, bearded dragons may suddenly go dormant for a few weeks seemingly without reason. This happens most often in the fall but can happen anytime during the year. Just as suddenly they reappear from their "nap" and start eating and behaving normally again. As bearded dragons
approach adult size, their sexual differences become more obvious, with the males developing much broader heads and a larger black beard. Males also have a rapid head bobbing display, while females, in response to the male, will return a series of slower head bobs. Both sexes engage in stereotyped arm waving behavior to appease more dominant animals and this would also be characteristic of female behavior towards a dominant male. Bearded dragons have a mellow disposition and seem to enjoy or at least tolerate interacting with humans. Males tend to be larger than females. Active during the daylight hours, bearded dragons are most often found perched on high spots in rocky regions or on fence posts and similarly sized tree trunks. They are adept climbers but seem to prefer to be 3 to 4 feet from the ground. Beardies will live 6 to 10 years in captivity.

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