here is a weird question :)

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here is a weird question :)

Postby JIMMIA » Wed Jun 19, 2019 8:16 am

does or has anyone ever kept some of their beardie skin? lol because I use a clear phone case and put some my beardie skin behind my phone as a little keepsake haha :D
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Re: here is a weird question :)

Postby Aaradimian » Wed Jun 19, 2019 9:52 am

It is pretty fascinating stuff, especially when it's shaped like spikes or some other recognizable bit. I think if I had a microscope, I'd probably keep it around a little while to look at, but I don't so it all goes in the bin or vacuum at my house.
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Re: here is a weird question :)

Postby DorgEndo » Thu Jun 20, 2019 5:23 am

Yep, have a piece of back skin shed. It is a nice chunk that still shows that beardie pattern and it has held up well in a drawer. Next time she sheds her back I will try pressing it, then frame it.
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Re: here is a weird question :)

Postby kingofnobbys » Thu Jun 20, 2019 6:03 am

I've seen bearded dragon's that had presumeably been killed ( in a cottage industries run by local aboriginals (who I was told send the little kiddies out to catch them), which were killed and then skinned and their skins put on foam bearded dragon shaped bodies .
I was told the families eat the dragon meat, and the skins are just a byproduct. They regard the dragons as traditional bush tucker and are legally permitted to catch and kill them on their reserves.

Last time I saw these nasty little souvenirs as well as croc skins (sold as belts, shoes, handbags, etc) , this was way back in 2000 when we were doing a 4x4 driving safari that involved circumnavigating the country (Australia) by mostly staying near the coast , saw them for sale in souvenir shops in Darwin, Cairns, Broome, Perth, and few other places frequented by international tourists. They were literally flying off the shelves every time a coach load of tourists showed up.
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Re: here is a weird question :)

Postby Dragongirl14 » Sat Aug 17, 2019 3:28 am

I keep some of my beardies lol. My friend came round and she was like “ewww what is that? Is that from like your foot or something??” And I lay on the floor laughing for like 10 mins lol!! 😂
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