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RE: Different types of Frilleds

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Posted by: breaker at Tue Apr 15 00:06:45 2008  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by breaker ]  
   

Those are the only two types that there are. The New Guinea frilled dragon is a gray marbled color and is significantly smaller (2-3 feet). The Australian is more brightly colored and is about a foot or more longer than the New Guinea. New Guineas are easier to obtain and much cheaper (125-175 for babies). Australia has a law against the export of its wildlife so its pretty hard to obtain one. The ones I have seen range from 800-1200 and are almost never available. If you are going to breed them, the Australian would land you a nice profit, but you would need a larger enclosure. Ive never bred one but I believe they need a lot of space to do so, so keep that in mind and good luck deciding!


   

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