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Discussion in 'Bearded Dragon Enclosures' started by KiraKennedy, May 13, 2019.

  1. KiraKennedy

    KiraKennedy Bearded Dragon Egg

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    Hello, I was thinking about getting a baby bearded dragon. My previous bearded dragon, unfortunately, passed away in February. It told me a while to want to get another bearded dragon but I feel ready. However, I got my previous bearded dragon when he was already an adult. I have a very large tank (150 gallons) and was wondering if a baby bearded dragon would be okay in this size tank or if I should buy a smaller tank and move him into the 150-gallon tank when he is an adult?
  2. JumpinJellyfish

    JumpinJellyfish Juvenile Dragon

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    You could put some kind of partition in that awesome big tank to start him in a smaller area.
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  3. KiraKennedy

    KiraKennedy Bearded Dragon Egg

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    That's a good idea. I think that's what I will do. Thanks! :)
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