Native to: The Agama Lizard is native to Africa, Asia, and Eroupe.
Adult Size: The Adult size of the Agama Lizard anywhere from 7-16 inches.
Appearance: They are brown and gray. They have a spiny and shingled tail.
Diet: They eat mice, insects, greens, and fruit.
Ease of care: They require a decent sized cage with some humidity.
Habitat: They live in dry areas near forests, rocky edges, and sand deserts.
Drink: You will need to spray the rocks, plants, and walls inside the cage daily. Also they may be trained to drink from a shallow dish.
Breeding: The females lay 2-20 eggs several times a year. They eggs hatch in 1.5 - 4.5 months.