In the wild, bearded dragons live in deserts and arid woodlands of Australia and forage for food such as insects, small lizards and mammals, fruits, flowers and other plant material.
Bearded dragons get their name from the “beard” on their face that the animal can puff out and use to show aggression or fear. They can also change the color or their beard based on their temperature and temperament and will show a black beard when upset.
Our bearded dragon, Hiro, enjoys eating crickets, mealworms, and salads with a variety of greens, vegetables, and fruits with vitamins. Sometimes he will chase the crickets across the floor, but he also enjoys hanging out and taking in his surroundings. Visit Hiro today!
Life Span: 8-12 years
Size: can get up to 16 – 24 inches
Food Habits: Omnivorous