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Zoo Med Minute – Episode 1: Bearded Dragons Facts


With hundreds and thousands a Bearded
Dragons being bred annually in the United States it’s hard to believe that these animals
didn’t become popular as pets until the 1990s. With their moderate size, gentle disposition, and fascinating behaviors, Bearded Dragons make fantastic pets for beginners and advanced hobbyist alike, it’s no wonder
they’ve become the favorite reptile keepers today. Bearded Dragons
are originally Australian natives, but thanks to captive breeding
initiatives, reptile hobbyists from around the world can now enjoy their companionship. The
increasing popularity of these charming animals has spurred a dramatic growth and Bearded
Dragon knowledge and understanding. Bearded Dragon breeders have worked for
years to produce a wide variety of different color morphs and skin types. Bearded Dragons can be found in shades
of red, yellow, orange, brown, and white. Countless sources of information regarding their natural history, behaviors, breeding, and husbandry are
readily available both online and in print. Is there a topic you would
like to see us discuss in a Zoo Med Minute? Tell us in the comments.

74 Comments

  1. PrestigiousDragons Author

    would love to see some calcium powder video . like witch one for give to your reptiles . whats good for MBD CALCIUM POWDER WIZE .witch one helps give color to your reptile . also alighting video would be nice .

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  2. Anna Walsh Author

    You should do Crested Geckos. I have 2 of them and they are only my second species of reptile besides my juvenile beardie. I would really like to know more about my crested geckos Cappuccino and Chipotle.

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