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  1. Natitude

    Natitude Bearded Dragon Egg

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    Originally posted this in the “Introductions” forum, but maybe this is a better place to post. I currently am in the process of setting up his/her terrarium. I was able to get a 75 gallon tank second hand for cheap and I built a stand for it last weekend. My question I have is, is it ok to put a juvenile in that big of a tank? Everything I’ve read says it is, but I’d have to help him with live food until he gets bigger due to the amount of space. I just got home from a local reptile store and they told me different. They said if you give a Beardie that much room they become territorial? First I’ve heard of that. I know they’re territorial towards each other, so no cohabitation, but not being aggressive towards their human because they had too much room in their living space.....

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  2. Venow

    Venow Hatchling Dragon

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    should be fine I would start a juvenile in a smaller setup easier to start handling and cleaning his cage... as he gets bigger the 75 should be fine in plan on building both of my dragons at least a 100 gallon setup
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