Bearded dragons are hierarchical creatures, and they motion with their heads and forelimbs to communicate with other bearded dragons. Bearded dragons are omnivores with stomachs that accept large amounts of food. Their d... More »

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A pastel bearded dragon is a genetic morph of the central bearded dragon with very pale coloration and clear nails. The central bearded dragon is a very popular exotic pet throughout the United States. 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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It is not recommended to feed spinach to bearded dragons. The calcium in the bearded dragon's diet binds with the spinach and makes it difficult to digest. More »

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Silkback bearded dragons are a type of bearded dragon that has been bred to not have the spiky scales of other breeds, resulting in a smooth skin with small, circular scales. Silkbacks result from breeding leatherback be... More »

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It is acceptable to feed bearded dragons broccoli because the bulk of their diet consists of leafy vegetables, non-citrus fruits and occasional insects. An excessive amount of broccoli can be harmful to the bearded drago... More »

Feeding live crickets to bearded dragons is popular, but they do not have to eat live crickets as part of their regular diet. Crickets have high amounts of parasites in their system. Feeding too many crickets to a bearde... More »