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HOW TO WAKE UP A BEARDED DRAGON FROM BRUMATING

Bearded dragon brumation is similar to hibernation for mammals. Where your bearded dragon will go through a period of dormancy and dramatically reduced activity. Generally, you will see this happen in bearded dragons that are at least 12 months of age. However, it’s also quite common for them to go into this cycle at an earlier age.  Bearded dragons experience brumation as well, and not just in …

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HOW QUICKLY DO BEARDED DRAGONS GROW?

If you’re looking for a relatively friendly and not too large pet reptile. Then bearded dragon could fill the bill. Thus, several species of native Australian lizard exist in all continents. However,  the type most common in the pet trade is Pogona vitticeps. That is the inland bearded dragon. Therefore, when it fully grows, bearded dragons are smaller than common …

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WHAT DO BEARDED DRAGONS EAT IN THE WILD?

Bearded Dragons are omnivores and they can eat a range of insects, fruit and vegetables. They need a varied diet. Therefore, the amount of edible options makes it fun for them in the wild, as anyone who has seen one chase a cricket will know. What do bearded dragons eat in the wild? In the wild, bearded dragons are omnivorous opportunistic …

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WHY IS MY BEARDED DRAGON SLEEPING ALL DAY?

Bearded dragons have sleep patterns which are mainly dictated by lighting and heating. But in some cases, your bearded dragon might act strange and sleep all day. Why is my bearded dragon sleeping? Bearded dragons may be sleeping all day due to many reasons. Some of which are: brumation bearded dragons brumation signs cold tank wrong lighting setup sickness relocation …

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WHERE ARE BEARDED DRAGONS FROM?

Pogona is a genus of reptiles which contains eight lizard species. However, some others say nine which are often known by the common name bearded dragons. The name “bearded dragon” refers to the “beard” at the chin of the dragon. That is, the underside of the throat which can turn black if they see a potential rival. Also, they are adept climbers, spending significant amounts of time on branches. …

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BEARDED DRAGON PET

Bearded Dragons originate in Australia. The most popular species in the pet industry is the Inland bearded dragon, Pogona vitticeps.  Which was formerly called Amphibolurus vitticeps. Also, the Inland bearded dragon is sometimes referred to as the Central, or Yellow-headed Bearded Dragon. Other members of the Pogona genus include: Pogona barbata — Common Bearded, P. henrylawsoni — Rankin’s, P. minima — Western, P. …

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WHY DO BEARDED DRAGONS TURN BLACK?

Most owners get scared or stressed when their bearded dragon is turning black. The most common questions are ‘why is my bearded dragon turning black?’. Or ‘why is my bearded dragon’s beard black?’ and so on. There are many reasons why your bearded dragon might be turning dark. Thus, in this post, we will discuss different reasons why a bearded …

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CAN YOU OVERFEED YOUR BEARDED DRAGONS

Bearded dragons belong to the old world family of lizards, Agamidae. And are members of the genus Pogona. They earned their common name due to their tendency to inflate their throats when angry or excited. Giving them a bearded appearance. Also, they are docile and relatively easy to care for.  Further, bearded dragons are one of the most popular pets …

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HOW TO GET A BEARDED DRAGON TO POOP

Bearded dragons are omnivores which means that they eat everything. However, it can happen that bearded dragons eat things they shouldn´t and get impacted (constipated). The defecation frequency also depends on the bearded dragon´s diet. How do I get my bearded dragon to poop? Get your bearded dragon to poop by getting them into a warm bath twice per day. …

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WHY IS MY BEARDED DRAGON GLASS SURFING?

Glass surfing is simply the frantic behavior of a bearded dragon attempting to climb the glass of their tank. This behavior (a.k.a glass dancing) is usually repetitive in the sense that a bearded dragon will continue to attempt to climb the glass over and over. Why is my bearded dragon glass surfing? Reptile forums are often filled with pet owners …