To care for a bearded dragon, house the lizard in a tank of 40 gallons or more, and maintain a basking temperature between 100 and 115 degrees Fahrenheit and an ambient temperature between 75 and 85 degrees Fahrenheit. F... More »

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Take care of a bearded dragon by providing it with a proper enclosure, giving it enough lighting, keeping the temperature high, and feeding and watering it properly. While a young bearded dragon can live comfortably in a... More »

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The ideal refrigerator temperature ranges between 35 and 38 degrees Fahrenheit, and the ideal temperature for a freezer is 0 degrees Fahrenheit. Use an appliance thermometer to determine the exact temperature of a freeze... More »

The size of the tank necessary to house a bearded dragon depends on the size of the animal. A baby dragons needs a 20-gallon tank. An adult that is 20 inches or longer can survive in a 75-gallon tank, but a 120-gallon ta... More »

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To properly care for a Pangasius catfish, sometimes called an iridescent shark, house one or more in a tank that is at least 100 gallons, keep the temperature from between 72 and 79 degrees Fahrenheit and keep them in a ... More »

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The recommended temperature setting for most water heaters is 120 degrees Fahrenheit. The United States Department of Energy recommends this temperature setting to save energy and reduce the chance of scalding injuries. More »

When written in a medical report or stated verbally by a health care provider, "body temperature 97" means that a thermometer shows that a patient's temperature is 97 degrees Fahrenheit. Body temperature can be recorded ... More »