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frilled dragon diet

Frilled dragon diet

Leopard geckos are considered one of the easiest lizards to keep and make great pets for older children and adults. They originally came from hot dry areas in India, Pakistan and Afghanistan, and hide underground for the hottest part of the day, becoming active at night. Like most reptiles they are normally housed in an enclosed cage with glass doors called a vivarium.

Panther Chameleon

Panther Chameleons are a large strikingly beautiful species and are native to Madagascar, males are more vibrantly colored than females. With their environment being a tropical rainforest. Male panther chameleons can grow up to 20 inches in length females are smaller.

Goliath Birdeater

The Goliath bird-eating spider is, as its name suggests, large enough to eat a bird. This giant spider is found in the northern South American countries of Suriname, Brazil, Guyana and Venezuela. Its habitat is the wet swamps and marshy areas deep within the primary rainforest. The Goliath bird-eating spider was named by explorers from the Victorian era who first reported them to the western world, and witnessed one eating a humming bird.

Frilled Dragon

Frilled Dragons are a large arboreal lizard from Indonesia and Australia. They are active, interesting and very charming lizards. They love to climb and often bask on the side of trees. The Indonesian animals are dark grey to brown and often have red or orange flashes in the frill. Australian examples are rusty orange and are very impressive animals.

Water Dragon

Water dragons are native to the Southeast Asian mainland and Indo-Australian archipelago. Most imports arrive from Thailand or southern China. Males typically reach 3 feet; females are somewhat smaller. Males develop larger heads, jowls and crest on the back of the neck, and their femoral pores are somewhat larger than on the female.

Baby Bearded Dragons

Bearded Dragon – Pogona vitticeps Without a doubt the best starter lizard for children and adults alike. These lizards make fantastic pets. Easy to handle, easy to feed, minimum housing is one metre in length. These lizards communicate through arm waving and head bobbing. They live on average around eight years. A desert set-up suits these lizards, and looks good.

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