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just google them

some wild beardies look really mean and you would'nt want to handle them ha ha

there natural setting is a hard clay like substarate
 

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I've seen a few pictures and videos of wild beardies and as you'd expect they seem to found on a variety of surfaces, not just hard clay all the time...

Being as widespread as they are, I doubt many beardies would live exclusively on just one type of terrain. Sample quote taken from countless similar ones:

"All eight species of Bearded Dragons are native to Australia. The natural habitat where they are commonly found is desert and scrub, but they are also found in open woodland areas."

Fair enough they may live on hard clay in some places, but I wouldn't say it's like that everywhere... :roll:
 
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