Known as the Central bearded dragon. There are 9 different species of Bearded Dragons and they can be found in the wild only in Central Australia.
They are accustom to living in the desert, where temperatures are hot and dry.
These reptiles are known for their friendly personalities. They are docile and enjoy human companionship. If given the proper attention your bearded dragon will never bite you on purpose.
Bearded dragons are awake and active during the daytime and they sleep at night.
In nature, the color of a bearded dragon was dependent upon its habitat. However, because of selective breeding you can get bearded dragons in just about every color.
Bearded dragons come in a range of sizes and colors. This is done by carefully breading two or more bearded dragons together with specific traits to produce bearded dragon offspring with desired characteristics.
Being from the desert, a bearded dragon does not need to be watered daily.
for young bearded dragons, they should be watered every 2-3 days and adults can be watered every other week.
A warm bath can also stimulate your Bearded Dragon to poop.
Housing multiple FEMALE Bearded Dragons
Several females may be housed together
in the same tank, if the tank is large enough.
Watch for signs of aggression or bullying from a bigger female. She may not let the smaller one eat or have access to heat and may cause stress.