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Pet Bearded dragon care & information (Pogona vitticeps)
Pet Bearded dragon care & information (Pogona vitticeps)

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Metabolic bone disease (MBD), also referred to as hypocalcaemia or simply as calcium deficiency, is a serious nutritional disease where calcium in the bones is depleted in favour of increasing the calcium levels in the blood. #BeardedDragons #BeardedDragon #pet
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The photoperiod is the time a Bearded dragon is exposed to light over a period of 24 hours. When placed in an artificial environment, the photoperiod is an important factor to consider when trying to create a natural experience for Bearded dragons. #BeardedDragons #BeardedDragon #pets
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Being desert animals, Bearded dragon bask almost all day in the hot sun. The sun not only supply their temperature requirements, but emits ultraviolet rays. Because pet Bearded dragons are generally not kept outside in desert sun, artificial ultraviolet lighting needs to be supplied. #BeardedDragons #BeardedDragon
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When their basic requirements are met, Bearded dragons are fairly easy to keep as pets. Without going into too much details, here the 7 basic requirements to keep a happy, healthy pet Bearded dragon. #BeardedDragons #BeardedDragon #pets
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Programmable electric timers (or simply electric timers) can be used to switch lighting on and off at desired times. When used with a roster, it allows better control and a more natural recreation of day-night cycles - improving the overall experience of a Bearded dragon. #BeardedDragons #BeardedDragon #howto
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Most problems occur within the first few days during the Bearded dragon adaptation period. Even if the vivarium setup is according to specs, even if the lighting and temperatures are within range, often some problems are bound to happen. #BeardedDragons #BeardedDragon #BabyBeardedDragon
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Bearded dragons are robust, heavy-bodied lizards with well distinguishable heads which are mostly active during the day. Except for the fact that they are reptiles and have scales and spines, Bearded dragons do not resemble traditional dragons at all. #BeardedDragons #BeardedDragon #Beardie #lizard
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Bearded dragons are popularly kept as pets. They are interesting, fascinating, weird and different from many other pets, which makes it non-surprising to see that Bearded dragons are still gaining popularity as pets. #BeardedDragons #BeardedDragon #Beardies #pets
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A hungry Bearded dragon will almost eat any food that is offered to them. Being omniverous, various food options are available. In both the invertebrate and greens groups of food, there are some items that should not be fed. #BeardedDragons #BeardedDragon #pet
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As with any pet, keeping pet Bearded dragons are considered costly. The costs of keeping pet Bearded dragons can be broadly divided into the initial costs and the ongoing costs. The initial costs can be budgeted for, but the ongoing costs might change and might have additional 'surprises' later down the line.
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