Have you guys heard of the cute beardies that nature has offered us? They are one of a kind creations that live up to their name, Bearded Dragons. Also known for their excellent understanding of the environment surrounding them and are also very keen about many things that are offered to them.
Where do bearded dragons come from?
Some people might be wondering where are these bearded dragons raised in their early stages of life and where are these unique creatures found. Well, bearded dragons are most usually addicted to warm surroundings. Making them more cold-blooded which as you might have guessed, a balmy environment is pivotal. They themselves, in particular, like to sunbathe a lot. Which in turn makes us acknowledge that keeping a beardie as a pet requires a sufficient amount of heat which may be engendered artificially using a lamp? Keeping all this info in mind, we can effortlessly deduce that these bearded dragons are most likely found in many parts of Australia where you find an adequate amount of food and ample trees, bushes, and sand for shelter.
What Colours do you find a bearded dragon in?
Secondly, it has also been inquired about what colours and type’s bearded dragons generally exist in. To answer this question should be aware that these lizards generally form different shapes and colours by mixing two specific beardies together giving an end result with characteristics and looks indistinguishable from the two of them. In other words, this creates a lizard with some sort of a new trait which may or may not be different from the two. For instance, two leatherback beardies generally give rise to a different dragon which is the perfect epitome which has a smoother and more human-like skin. Moreover, moving on to colours. An ordinary bearded dragon color depends upon almost the same factors as their types.
Categories for general beardies can be deduced as follows,
- Sunburst bearded dragon,
- Citrus tiger bearded dragon,
- Sandfire red bearded dragon,
- Orange bearded dragon,
- Tangerine bearded dragon.
Colors for red-bearded dragons formed by mixing two bearded dragons with reddish shades include,
- Ruby red bearded dragon,
- Red bearded dragon,
- Blood-red bearded dragon.
Colours for Yellowish bearded dragons formed by mixing two bearded dragons with yellowish shades, they are,
- Yellow bearded dragon,
- Citrus bearded dragon,
- Sandfire gold bearded dragon,
- Gold bearded dragon,
- Lemon fire bearded dragon.
Choose the colour you adore the most and I bet you’ll not regret your decisions!
What are the general morphs (types) of a bearded dragon?
Well, in case you’re wondering, let’s talk about these beardies types which will help make one’s choice, a whole lot easier. First off, let’s go over the three major scaling morphs, Normal Scale (silk back), Leatherback, and Dunner. The novelty has, of course, pre-eminent traits, meaning that if one guardian of a beardie displays the morph, the next progeny will also exhibit the morph. Let’s start by talking about the three major scaling morphs. Normal scale dragons are what you may find in the wildest parts of Australia. These dragons’ implicit rigid skin over there back, tail, and limbs, which gives a phenomenal, look almost resembling early dragons over the past million centuries. Leatherback dragons have velvet, leathery texture to their skin which is very mushy and soft to the touch, moreover, they do show signs of spiky scales over their head and sides. Leatherback beardies are pretty popular today and is a very cool and unique pre-eminent trait. Dunner scaled dragons differentiate from other morphs in countless ways, one of which may be the fact that they have scales all over their body facing different directions. There also is a variation of Dunners that are leather-backed, in these cases, you can easily differentiate them by observing there belly and chin for vertical scales instead of horizontal ones which are most likely found in normal scale beardies. Hope this piece of writing made you learn something afresh, any questions, suggestions or opinions dropped down below would be willingly supported, Thanks!