bearded-dragons

bearded dragons

Science Mystery: What came out of the Bearded Dragon’s Nose?
March 23, 2009 · Be The First To Comment

 Merlin, our bearded dragon You can pick your friends and you can pick your nose, but you can’t pick your friend’s nose. Even if your friend is a Bearded Dragon. I have been working with reptiles for quite a while now and have seen some weird things. But one of the weirdest happened during Summer Camp. […]

Just Another Day at the Office
March 16, 2009 · Be The First To Comment

Working in the museum’s permanent collections I focus on artifacts and specimens – after all, that’s my job.  But it’s not just the artifacts and specimens that tell a story around here.  It’s the people too.  Behind all the exhibits and public areas are many folks hard at work to make science and this museum […]

Our baby beardies have new homes!
March 6, 2009 · Be The First To Comment

This post is by Sibyl, the museum’s volunteer recruiter. She’s been keeping us posted on the progress of the little bearded dragon babies that were laid in her office.   Thank you to everyone who entered the drawing in hopes of winning one of the HMNS baby beardies!  It was exciting to see how many reptile […]

Making Bearded Dragons, Part II: Up for Adoption
March 2, 2009 · 4 Comments

Today’s post is written by Sibyl Keller, a volunteer recruiter and educational coordinator at HMNS. Today, she updates us on the bearded dragon eggs that were recently laid in the volunteer office. Read her first post for the ful story. WOW — What a week in the Volunteer Office!  The incubator holding 12 bearded dragon eggs […]


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