Definition of bearded dragon in English:

bearded dragon

Line breaks: beard¦ed dragon
(also bearded lizard)

noun

A semi-arboreal Australian lizard with spiny scales and a large throat pouch bearing sharp spines.
  • Genus Pogona (or Amphibolurus), family Agamidae; several species
More example sentences
  • Her family home on Gilbert Road is literally stuffed full of life, from her husband and two children, to the family dog, two snakes, two veiled chameleons, two iguanas, three geckos, 12 bearded dragons and a blue-tongued skink, to be exact.
  • He also came face to face with a bearded dragon - an Australian lizard, stick insects and a tarantula.
  • Blue skinks, bearded dragons, crocodiles, alien-looking veiled chameleons, reticulated pythons, leopard tortoises, and tiny glistening frogs and toads of every color.

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