Are bearded dragons poisonous?
According to the most recent research by Dr. Brian Fry of the University of Melbourne, bearded dragons are venomous. The researchers found venom similar to rattlesnake venom in bearded dragons. This is what they now believe causes the swelling when one is bitten by the lizard (they used to think that it was bacteria). Their delivery system is so primitive though that the venom is not really dangerous to humans except to cause pain and swelling.
There is no standard collective noun for bearded dragons. Because bearded dragons do like to sun themselves: the collective noun for lizards will work: a lounge of bearded dragons; a lounge of bearded dragons the collective noun for crocodiles will work: a bask of bearded dragons; a bask of bearded dragons