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About: Also known as Asian water dragon, Thai water dragon, and green water dragon this species of agamid lizard is native to China and mainland Southeast Asia. Native to the lowland and highland forests of southern China and southeastern Asia, Chinese water dragons are most commonly found along the banks of freshwater lakes and streams. The diet of the water dragon consists mainly of insects, supplemented with an occasional small fish, mammal or reptile.
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