We have 4 1/2"- 5" CB Baby Leatherback Bearded Dragons for sale. Bearded Dragons make an excellent pet because they are very curious and friendly. They're a very hardy lizard and definitely one of the better lizards for handling.
Reaches a maximum size of 15 - 24"
Juvenile Leatherback Bearded Dragon
These reptiles generally are docile and show interest in human attention, so the leatherback bearded dragon often makes a good pet. Easily bred in captivity, there is little chance of obtaining a wild-caught leatherback bearded dragon. Bearded dragons are active during daylight hours. SUPER CITRUS LEATHERBACK BEARDED DRAGON 37-441Where Dragons Dwell-- Red Citrus Leatherback Bearded DragonPictured are some of our red/orange Hypo Translucent Leatherback Bearded Dragons.
Leatherback bearded dragons are like normal bearded dragon morphs, but have an absence or reduction of the tubercles (rough scales) on the dragons back which give them a leathery like appearance. They are relatively expensive in the market because there are simply not many and usually the colors of a leatherback are sometimes greater than of a normal. This is due to the reduced tubercles, which make the colors show through better and are a line of bearded dragons I have come to love and specialize in.Quality of a leatherback bearded dragon? There are different qualities / grades in leatherbacks, some are less smooth while others can be micro scaled. Usually you can tell the quality by looking at the side of the body near the side spikes. High quality leatherbacks will continue to have micro scales along this area, while others will appear to have a mixture of small and normal sized scales. Higher quality leatherbacks will also have a reduction in lateral spikes too.A leatherback bearded dragon does not need any additional care when compared to a normal dragon. They have the same habits such as eating and activity as regular dragons, they just have fewer scales.A leatherback bearded is a morph of a type of lizard called a . These lizards are a product of selective breeding, and although it is possible that they exist in the wild, they are primarily thought to be products of the pet trade. The leatherback morph, or mutation, creates smaller scales than those of a non-leatherback bearded dragon, there is a leather-like feel to the lizard's skin. Two leatherbacks might produce a silkback — or essentially scaleless — lizard. One of our juvenile Red Leatherback Bearded Dragons! For pricing and availability, please visit our website at

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Sign up for the Reptile Times! It's a completely FREE online magazine entirely about the latest and greatest in herp husbandry and care - sign up at A pet leatherback bearded dragon should be kept in a tank that holds 55-60 gallons (208-227 liters) and is lined with carpeting or sand. Omnivorous, they can be fed a variety of greens as well as insects, earthworms and pinkie mice. They need full-spectrum lighting, with a general daytime temperature kept at 78-88 degrees Fahrenheit (25.5-31 degrees Celsius), although at night, the temperature might fall to nearly 70 degrees Fahrenheit (21 degrees Celsius). A warmer basking area, about 95-100 degrees Fahrenheit (35-37.7 degrees Celsius), also should also be provided.