Dragons are a very popular type of lizard, from Bearded Dragons to Green Iguanas.
Beaver Tailed AgamaXenagama batilifera
The Xenagama species are from Ethiopia and Somalia, they are even found up to 2000m above sea level. Their habitat is well known for its massive rocks, steep cliffs and deep canyons. They live in the grasslands, savannas, deserts and volcanic areas.
Brown BasiliskBasiliscus vittatus
The Brown Basilisk is also known as the Jesus Lizard due to their ability to run on water without sinking. They are native to Panama, Belize, northwestern Colombia and Costa Rica, also been introduced into other US states.
Green BasiliskBasiliskus plumifrons
These bright green lizards are an arboreal species that are found in dense rainforests of Guatemala, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Columbia and Panama.
Red Headed AgamaAgama agama
The Red Headed Agama is named due to the colour of its head, which is a red to orange colour. They live in groups consisting of one dominate male with several females and younger not dominate males.
Australian Water DragonPhysignathus lesueurii
Female Australian Water Dragons can reach approx. 2 feet, males tend to be larger at 3 feet, this includes their tail. They are native to Eastern Australia from Victoria north to Queensland, there is also a small population in the South-East coast of the
Bearded DragonPogona vitticeps
Bearded Dragons are found only throughout Australia. They are a large species growing to a total length of 15-24 inches when adult.
Black Necked Tree AgamaAcanthocercus cyanogaster
The Black Necked Tree Agama is a colourful species. Displaying males have a greenish white, blue or turquoise head and throat. Average size is 20-30cm.
Blue Headed Tree AgamaAgama atricollis
The Blue Headed Tree Agama is a very large agama, reaching a maximum length of 15 inches.
The Chuckwalla is large ground dwelling lizard that spends most of its time basking on rocks. They reach sizes of 400mm (16 inch) and are herbivorous, feeding on plant matter.
Club Tailed IguanaEnyaliosaurus quinquecarinatus
The Club Tailed iguana gorws to an approx. 46cm. They range from Mexico through Guatemala.
Desert IguanaDispsosaurus dorsalis
Desert Iguanas reach an adult size of 250-400mm (10-16 inch). They live in hot arid, sandy areas of Mojave and Sonoran deserts of southeastern California, southern Nevada and western Arizona.
Egyptian UromastyxUromastyx aegypticus
This is the largest species of Uromastyx, reaching at least 30 inches. You must provide a large enclosure between 5-6ft when adult.
Forest Tree DragonGonocephalus kuhlii
The Forest Tree Dragon can be found within the humid forests of Indonesia. This lizard can reach a total length of 40cm head to tip of tail.
Frilled Neck DragonChlamydosaurus kingii
Frilled Neck Dragons live within Australia and New Guinea. They are one of the most spectacular looking lizards when in display, holding out a flap of skin around their neck.
Green Headed AgamaAgama species
Typical Agama appearance with green colouration on their heads. Adults reach a size of 33 to 38cm head to tip of tail, they can be kept in groups.
Green IguanaIguana iguana
Green Iguanas reach an adult size of 4-7ft. This is not a beginner pet, research recommended.
Green Mountain Horned DragonAcanthosaura lepidogaster
Green Mountain Horned Dragons live throughout rain forests of Burma, Northern Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, Southern China and the Island of Hainan.
Green Tree DragonBronchocela jubata
The Green Tree Dragon is found living within low shrubs or trees in Indonesia. They are a lovely colour, some specimens being a vivid green with lighter markings around the head on body, they reach 55cm.
Helmeted Iguana or Forest ChameleonCorytophanes cristata
The Helmeted Iguana ranges from Southern Mexico through Central America to Northeastern Columbia in the tropical rainforests.
Lesser Tree AgamaPseudocalotes tympanistriga
Not much information is available for the Lesser Tree Agama, but we know these reach an adult size of 20 to 25cm. The colour can range from shades of green to brown, with dark specks along the body.
Mountain Horned DragonAcanthosaura capra
Mountain Horned Dragons are full of character and can easily be tamed down with a little time and patience. These beautiful creatures make an extremely good species for the novice and also the more experienced keeper.
Ocellated UromastyxUromastyx ocellatus
The Ocellated Uromastyx or Ocellated Dab-tailed Lizard as it is also known is a spiny tailed lizard that lives in arid desert regions, within rocky areas.
Painted DragonLaudakia stellio brachydactyla
The Painted Dragon has a similar appearance to the well known Bearded Dragon, they even tame down in a short period of time making them a good species to own.
Rankins DragonPogona henrylawsoni
The Rankins Dragons is a smaller species to the Bearded Dragon, reaching a total length of 12 inch. These are ideal for beginners who do not have the space for a large vivarium that is required with the Bearded Dragon.
Shield Tailed AgamaXenagama taylori
The Shield Tailed Agama is a lizard found in Somalia and Ethiopia. It lives on arid flatland where they dig deep burrows. As it is a small lizard it uses it's tail to block it's burrow from predators at night.
Star AgamaLaudakia stellio
These lizards are normally found basking in the rocky habitats of Northeast Africa and Southwest Asia. They are quite shy, but make great display animals.
Striped Water DragonLophognathus temporalis
Striped Water Dragons are from Indonesia and also occur in North West Australia. Males reach an adult size of around 18 inch, females are slightly smaller.
Sudan UromastyxUromastyx dispar
Reaching lengths of 14-16 inches, the Sudan Uromastyx will require a 4ft vivarium when adult. Their colour can range from yellow, orange or brown.
Water DragonPhysignathus cocincinus
Water Dragons like to relax by lying on branches above water. They require a large enclosure with a nice sized water area.