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This is a Amelia. She was adult female that I had for approx. 10 years. Sadly she passed in 2020 (presumably from old age as she a fairly healthy dragon). She was a wonderful beardie, sometimes a little saucy but that added to her charm.
This is Blue, he was my first bearded dragon, There was an infection in his spine that he developed while he was still in the egg,,It caused his growth to be stunted, as well as his motor skills to be impaired, for the first few months of his life he did the crocodile roll to get around. I hand fed him and put him through physical therapy a few times a day, teaching him to use his legs. He was the coolest little guy ever, he lived to be 1 1/2 years old, and he would probably still be alive if not for a mistake I made that I will never forget. I now have his brother, Monster Mash , But there's not a day that goes by that I don't think about my little boy blue.