Bearded dragon cage set up home?
Bearded dragon cage is fully grown, you’ll want a terrarium of at least 40 gallons (151 L) in volume (that’s 36 inches or 91 cm long) with a screened lid for them to live in. If space permits, considering a 48” x 24” (122 x 61 cm) habitat would help your bearded dragon have enough room to run and exercise without needing to let him/her run around the house on occasion! Your bearded dragon is from a hot & dry environment so you’ll also need a heating source for their home. Bearded dragons typically prefer the solitary life. Line the bottom of your bearded dragon’s terrarium with a reptile carpet or tile. Alternatively, a bioactive substrate made for desert dwellers can be used for adults; carpet is a better choice for younger bearded dragons. For bearded dragons shorter than 8 inches (15 cm), use reptile carpet. These guys are so small, they might accidentally swallow the bedding materials, which is bad for them. Scoop up waste when it is noticed and provide clean bedding as needed (at least once a month).Be sure to give your bearded dragon a piece of secured driftwood or rock, to climb a little closer to the heat source to bask, or to hide behind. Add a few branches for hiding and climbing.
What do bearded dragons eat?
Bearded dragons are omnivores – they eat both plants and animals. Feed your young bearded dragon once a day. Young hatchlings and juveniles will mostly eat small insects but once your bearded dragon is a bit more mature, they’ll require more vegetables than insects. Make sure to clean the water and food bowl regularly. Juveniles: 50% insects (crickets, dubia roaches, hornworms, meal/superworms), 50% plant matter (dark, leafy greens, squash, carrots, etc)
Morph; Hypo zero
Preferred Diet; crickets, dubia roaches, hornworms, meal/superworms, plant matter (dark, leafy greens, squash, carrots,