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Bearded dragon environment`

Bearded dragon environment`

Important things to know about your pet Bearded dragon's environment

Important things to know about your pet Bearded dragon's environment

Bearded dragon supplementation through food 'dusting'

'Dusting' is the process of coating insects or other foodstuffs with a powdered supplement prior to feeding being fed.

Head bobbing behaviour in Bearded dragons

Head bobbing behaviour in Bearded dragons

Breeding with Bearded dragons

Breeding with Bearded dragons

Bearded dragon UV lighting #beardeddragon

Bearded dragon UV lighting #beardeddragon

Why Bearded dragons need UV lighting

2 main reasons why Bearded dragons need Ultraviolet lighting

Bearded Dragon UV Lighting Being desert animals, Bearded dragons bask almost all day in the hot sun. Now this is not only for their temperature requirements, but also to absorb the sun’s UV rays. See Why Bearded Dragons Need UV Lighting for more information. Because pet Bearded dragons are generally not kept outside ... http://www.beardeddragons.co.za/bearded-dragon-uv-lighting/

Being desert animals, Bearded dragons bask almost all day in the hot sun. Now this is not only for their temperature requirements, but also to absorb the sun's

How To Breed With Bearded Dragons. The ultimate goal of keeping a pet Bearded dragon is probably to simulate its natural environment to such an extend that every possible aspect of its life is replicated. Now the ultimate test to see if a pet is happy in its environment is to see if it is breeding successfully. http://www.beardeddragons.co.za/bearded-dragon-breeding/

It is said that once everything is in place, Bearded dragon breeding is inevitable. Beardies are very proliferous and rarely have breeding problems.

Bearded dragon glass surfing

Bearded dragon glass surfing

Licking behaviour in Bearded dragons

What can your Bearded Dragon eat? The best food for your Beardie's diet

Bearded Dragon Basking Being a desert lizard, in nature Bearded dragons spend most of their daylight time actively basking in the warm sun. This is not only to meat their temperature requirements for normal physiological functioning (i.e. to digest its food), but also to absorb ultraviolet rays from the sun. In pet... http://www.beardeddragons.co.za/bearded-dragon-basking/

Being a desert lizard, in nature Bearded dragons spend most of their daylight time actively basking in the warm sun.

Bearded dragon burrowing behaviour

Bearded dragon burrowing behaviour

Coccidiosis in Bearded dragons is a very common. It is commonly seen in stressed Beardies, especially in neglected and unhygienic enclosures. As with all infected animal species, coccidia invade the gastrointestinal tract and cause cellular damage, giving rise to various degrees of diarrhoea.

Coccidiosis in Bearded dragons is a very common. It is commonly seen in stressed Beardies, especially in neglected and unhygienic enclosures. As with all infected animal species, coccidia invade the gastrointestinal tract and cause cellular damage, giving rise to various degrees of diarrhoea.

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