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Bearded dragon Pogona barbata

Animals in our sanctuary

Louis
Date of birth
01-01-2001
Date taken in
07-03-2020
Louis

Louis is one of the many reptiles that are kept by private owners, but who cannot take care of the animals. The animals are brought in by the owner at an animal shelter or are taken in after they have been dumped and found by other people.


Louise
Date of birth
01-01-2001
Date taken in
07-03-2020
Louise

Louise is one of the many reptiles that are kept by private owners, but who cannot take care of the animals. The animals are brought in by the owner at an animal shelter or are taken in after they have been dumped and found by other people.


Kroko
Date of birth
01-01-2016
Date taken in
21-08-2020
Kroko

Kroko comes from a private owner. The man had bought her and another bearded dragon over the internet. As the health of the man himself worsened, the care for the animals became more and more difficult.


Where does he feel most at home?

The central bearded dragon is only found in the semi-deserts of Australia.

What's his favourite food?

They will eat everything from plants to insects or small rodents, and are opportunists; the will eat the first kind of food they will find. This is because they live in low-nutrient areas.

Fun fact

Typical behaviour for the central bearded dragon are their head movements. They will nod ‘yes’ to impress females or to intimidate other males.
And like their name suggests, they have a nice beard they can inflate to impress each other.

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