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A citrus tiger bearded dragon is a lizard that is chiefly yellow with a light mix of red and some other colors, giving it a somewhat striped look. This lizard reaches between 18 and 24 inches in length. More »

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The bearded dragon is found throughout most of New Guinea and Australia. They live in arid scrubs, desert regions and open woodlands where they perch on logs, bushes and rocks or other spots where they can look for food.... More »

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Bearded dragons typically grow an average of one to a few inches each month for the first year of their life. While some bearded dragons can grow up to 2 feet in length, the maximum size of these animals in captivity is ... More »

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To create a bearded dragon habitat, keepers need a suitable cage, heat lamps, full-spectrum lighting fixtures, bulbs, some type of substrate, a water dish, a feeding dish and something for the lizard to climb, such as a ... More »

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The correct diet for a lizard depends on its species and age. People can feed most young lizards insects such as crickets, beetle larvae, flies and moths. Adult lizards exhibit greater variation in their diet, as some ar... More »

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A lizard can live without food varies from species to species. Adult bearded dragons can survive for up to three weeks without eating, while adult leopard geckos can live for over a month without eating. It also depends ... More »

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A bearded dragon stops eating for two reasons: either it is in brumation, which is just part of its hibernation cycle, or it is in discomfort. In order to figure out which reason is the cause, an owner should keep track ... More »

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