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Agama Tree Dragon behavior

The Crested Tree Dragon, with its surprising appearance and interesting habits, makes a neat pet! These animals are equally amazing to observe in the wild, blending into their environment with their incredible camouflage.

Mainly arboreal as their name indicates, Crested Tree Dragons are often found in the upper canopies of their forested habitats. They do come down to the ground occasionally, and bask from time to time. Crested Tree Dragons have also been noted in water, though they do not spend the majority of their time there. They can change color slightly in response to environmental conditions, and they can lose their tails. It is not believed that they are able to regenerate lost tails. Crested Tree Dragons have good eyesight and eat invertebrates in the wild. They may also eat other small animals.

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