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Do Bearded Dragons Need a Heat Lamp?

Bearded dragons come from Australia, a part of the world that is semi-arid. This means that there are a lot of challenges when it comes to making your bearded dragon comfortable. You will need to ensure that you keep your pet in conditions that are similar to the Australian desert. The desert isn’t just hot it’s also quite humid. Understandably, …

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WHAT CAN LIVE WITH A BEARDED DRAGON?

The issue of keeping bearded dragons together is commonly mentioned but highly debated on some forums. However, there is no set answer to this question. It can really work in some situations, but sometimes you need to keep them separately. What can live with a bearded dragon? Normally, bearded dragons are solitary animals which you should not keep in the …

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CAN BEARDED DRAGONS HEAR?

Generally, Bearded Dragons owners talk to their pets all the time. Basically, this ought to help with bonding and forming trust but can Bearded Dragons actually hear? Therefore, can Bearded Dragons hear? Basically, Bearded Dragons actually have very good hearing. Particularly, this is necessary to keep safe from predators in the wild. And, also to listen out for movements of small …

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INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT BEARDED DRAGONS

Bearded Dragons come from Australia. So, the most common species in the pet industry is the Inland Bearded Dragon, which was formerly called Amphibolurus vitticeps. Also, the Inland Bearded Dragon is sometimes referred to as the Central, or Yellow-headed Bearded Dragon. So, the Inland Bearded Dragon lives in the arid woodlands and deserts of central Australia. Also, it spends much …

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HOW TO GET YOUR BEARDED DRAGON TO LIKE YOU

Indigenous to Australia, bearded dragons are very common in the pet trade. At 16 to 20 inches long, they are small and docile enough for first-time lizard keepers. Thus, with proper care, most bearded dragons flourish in captivity. How do you get your bearded dragon to like you? When you own a dragon, it is so natural to want to …

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DO BEARDED DRAGONS NEED TO BRUMATE?

Brumation has to do with seeking shelter, remaining largely inactive, and ceasing eating, similar to hibernating mammals. Throughout this period the bearded dragon is able to live off their built up internal nutritional reserves. Do bearded dragons have to brumate? Brumation serves as a survival tactic when behavioural instincts take over to ensure that the bearded dragon survives the winter …

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BEARDED DRAGON VOMIT

No matter the species, throwing up or vomiting is almost always indicative of an underlying health problem or concern, either major or minor. And a bearded dragon throwing up is surely no exception. Bearded dragon vomit. If your bearded dragon is vomiting or throwing up, you will want to act fast to determine the reason(s) why as this is surely …

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SMALL BEARDED DRAGON

Commonly, pogona Minor is the dwarf bearded dragon. And widely ranges from the Western Australian coast to the deep within the continents wild interior. Growing to 15.2 – 19.5 cm, they have adapted to different habitats. And despite the dragons infrequent appearance in the wild it is not rare, it’s quite common. But it’s just simply skilled at hiding. Often …

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BABY BEARDED DRAGON CARE

Animal lovers, even the most squeamish of them all, will find it very hard to say that a baby dragon is not sweet. However, the only thing to bear in mind is that these cute little pets bring a lot of responsibility. Hence, they will need the prescribed care and full attention in order for them to grow into a …

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HOW DO YOU DETERMINE THE GENDER OF YOUR BEARDED DRAGON?

If you are interested in breeding bearded dragons, one of the first things you must do is determine its gender. It will be very difficult to breed bearded dragons except you have at least one per sex. Thus, determining the sex of a bearded dragon can be very difficult to do with baby, or juvenile bearded dragons. However, it is much …