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Bearded Dragon

Bearded dragon lizards are native to Australia, living in rocky and dry regions of the country and are skilled climbers, so you will need to recreate this climate in your Bearded Dragon's vivarium.

Petmania Bearded Dragon

Bearded Dragons have large triangular heads and flat bodies with pointed ridges along the sides. They are omnivorous, eating both insects and plants.

Bearded Dragons can grow to be quite large, sometimes reaching 2ft long, so it's important to keep this in mind when you are thinking about getting one.

Inland Bearded dragon

The Inland Bearded Dragon is the type of Bearded Dragon most commonly kept as a pet. They are also known as Central Bearded Dragon. This lizard has two distinctive spots on the neck base. The Inland Bearded Dragon is very popular as they are docile and friendly, and make a great pet for children.

Company for your Bearded Dragon

A male and a female dragon should not be kept together until they're at least 2 years old, and then only if you intend to breed. Before the age a two years a female dragon's bones are not developed enough to lose the calcium and pass the eggs easily.

Lifespan

Bearded dragons live on average for about 5-8 years however some have been known to live up to 12 years.

 

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