Bearded Dragons For Sale


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Bearded Dragon Babies
These babies are not only adorable and super cute, they are bred to be very gentle and docile compared to the other breeder’s dragons. Every dragon has been hand raised and is eager to be held. 

Colors Galore!
Dragon babies come in a rainbow of colors – from traditional wild types, Leatherback, Translucent, Hypomelanistic, Dunner, German Giant, Silkback, Witblits, Zero, and more!

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The central bearded dragon is the most common species in captivity, as well as one of the most popular pet reptiles. Introduced into the U.S. as pets during the 1990s, bearded dragons have gained much popularity as an exotic pet. This popularity has been sustained, even after Australia banned the sale of its wildlife as pets in the 1960s.

Generally, the bearded dragon is a solitary animal. Males are usually housed alone, as they fight with other males and breed with females. Captive adults reach about 18″ from head to tail, weigh up to 20oz and live for about 10 to 15 years and longer with good care. They have been known to live up to about 15 years in captivity, and the current world record is 18 years.

Through selective breeding, many different versions of the central bearded dragon have been developed, referred to as “morphs”. They have a few main genetic traits, including “hypomelanism” and “translucent”, which refer to traits physically displayed by the dragon. Bearded dragons with hypomelanism tend to have lighter and more vibrant coloration. Translucents have a less opaque quality to their skin, making their colors seem stronger, and have black eyes. Also, “leatherbacks” have reduced scale texture to give a smoother skin, “silkbacks” have softer outer skin, and “German giants” are larger than average. Silkbacks in particular require special care, as they have far more delicate skin, and as such, require different UV and humidity requirements. They also tend to live shorter lives. For more information, visit this article

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