The name "bearded dragon" refers to the "beard" of the lizard, the underside of the throat which turns black if they are stressed or see a potential rival. They are adept climbers, spending time on branches and in bushes and near human habitation. Pogona species bask on rocks and exposed branches in the mornings and afternoons. They are found throughout much of Australia in a wide range of habitats such as deserts, shrublands and Eucalyptus woodlands CollectA is known as one of the leading manufacturers worldwide of the finest scaled replicas collections. These products are of the highest quality in both sculpture and painting. They design their replicas to provide both, knowledge and entertainment to children and parents of all age groups. Today CollectA miniature replicas collectibles are being used in role play for educational purpose, awareness of endangered species, consciousness of environmental protection and ultimately having a benefit for the animals they represent.
- FUN FACTS: The name "bearded dragon" refers to the "beard" of the lizard, the underside of the throat which turns black if they are stressed or see a potential rival. They are often kept as pets due to their hardy nature and easy care in comparison to other exotic reptiles.
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- Ages 3 and up
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- EDUCATIONAL VALUE: CollectA's mission is to build "a natural world in miniature". Using role play, children gain a deeper knowledge of the animals. Excellent for educational purposes and for use in dioramas, pretend habitat scenes, or other displays.
- PRODUCT SPECS: The 5.1" L x 1.6" H Reptile Bearded Dragon is realistic and lifelike in every detail, from its broad triangular head and flattened body to the spiny scales on it's throat.