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Bearded Dragon

Bearded Dragon

Here's a teaser of my trip last weekend. I've seen plenty of this kind and I'm going to share it with you in a short while. For now, I present to you a very handsome looking Bearded Dragon. 

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  1. Is that an iguana? Not really familiar with reptiles, they kind of scare me :s

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  2. Nice observation of this creature...go on and find some other breeds.

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  3. He look like a mean one hehehe. Can't wait to see the rest!

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  4. he's very handsome, what a teaser indeed!

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  5. looks great, what a beautiful creature, but i have to be award, seems like it has a slimy skin texture.

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  6. I am curious to see more of the critters you saw somewhere.

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  7. I am not quite sure what species this one falls. Perhaps, they are those yellow-tailed European bread.

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  8. Amazing shot!
    Can't wait to see more.

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  9. Look at the eyes of it! It speaks millions! It's one iguana you can't just mess with. I would love to read the rest of the entry.. :D

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  10. Looks like I don't want to get close to that 'dragon', besides the spiky scaly skin, who knows, he might just spit fire. LOL. No seriously, I hope this Bearded Dragon won't go into the 'endangered species' list.

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  11. He looks majestic! Cute beard!

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