bearded dragon

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bearded dragon

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Any of various Australian lizards in the genus Pogona, especially P. vitticeps, having spiny scales along their sides and on a pouch under the jaw that is inflated during defensive displays. They are often kept as pets.

bearded dragon

n
1. (Animals) Also called: bearded lizard or jew lizard a large Australian lizard, Amphibolurus barbatus, with an erectile frill around the neck
2. (Animals) another name for frill-necked lizard
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There is also a host of new arrivals, including red pandas, Sulawesi crested macaques, bearded lizards, golden headed lion tamarins and some very cute dik diks.
WHERE THE ANIMALS ARE THESE are the places in Scotland where people currently hold dangerous wild animal licences: ABERDEENSHIRE - Three bison, two capuchin monkeys, one ostrich, one serval cat, 45 Bengal cats, one caracal cat, four Asian leopard cats ABERDEEN CITY - One cobra, one rattlesnake, four bearded lizards.
Another exotic feature of the mega-yacht is a glass reptile house with bearded lizards, chameleons, lizards, water dragons, exotic frogs and turtles.