Two frilled dragons are now on exhibit in the Sun Room of the Desert Dome at Omaha's Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium.
The two lizards, hatched Aug. 28, 2012, were the first to hatch at the Omaha zoo.
At almost 5 months old, the dragons each weigh about .88 ounces, or about the same weight as a AA battery. They can grow to almost 3 feet long.
Frilled dragons get their name, which means "cloaked lizard," from the large ruff of skin at the back of their heads.
In the wild, they are found mainly in northern Australia and southern New Guinea.
The best place to spot the hatchlings is on the back side of branches in their exhibit.
In other zoo news, the five African lion cubs born at the zoo on Dec. 29 are celebrating their one-month birthday Wednesday at the Cat Complex.
All five cubs, two males and three females are doing well and are on display at the Cat Complex. The smallest female cub does receive a supplemental feeding once a day when the adult lions are shifted off display.