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Discussion in 'Bearded Dragon Photos and Videos' started by jeb, Aug 8, 2016.

  1. jeb

    jeb Hatchling Dragon 3 Year Member

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    For some reason Wendell really likes sleeping on his vines. I just put them in there for color, had no idea he would use them. Someone should tell this little dragon he's not a gecko lol


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    PatsyB Super Moderator Staff Member 3 Year Member 1,000+ Post Club

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    He's so cute though!
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    mxw0rld Bearded Dragon Veteran

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    Omg That is so adorable!! I am in love!!

    Thank you for sharing!!


    Bobbi in Cincinnati - with my 13 hermit crabs, 1 bearded dragon - Sir Wallace and 5 rescue cats!!
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    RaeAnn Bearded Dragon Veteran

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    Too cute! I love the first one with those little legs dangling lol


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    Hdrydr31 Bearded Dragon Veteran Staff Member 3 Year Member 1,000+ Post Club

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    LOL that is awesome! I love the first picture!! too cute
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  6. jeb

    jeb Hatchling Dragon 3 Year Member

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    Tonight was another fun game of playing "where's wendell" when I went in to turn his lights off.


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    mxw0rld Bearded Dragon Veteran

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    How adorable!

    Hey Wendell… did you know that you are a bearded dragon and not a gecko?! Lol


    Bobbi in Cincinnati - with my 13 hermit crabs, 1 bearded dragon - Sir Wallace and 5 rescue cats!!
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    Amber Burns Bearded Dragon Egg

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    My Spyro likes to do that too!

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    kaylynangel Juvenile Dragon

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    kaylynangel Juvenile Dragon

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    Your UVB is above the screen? Correct? That is why he is climbing to the top of that vine---- the UVB needs to be inside that tank for maximum effect of rays --- here is some infor for correct UVB
    Which UVB light should I use?
    The best UVB light is a ReptiSun 10.0 fluorescent tube HO (Or Arcardia 12% in the UK). Compact or coil bulbs do not emit the proper amount of UVB light for a bearded dragon, and should not be used. Other brands, such as the Zilla Desert Series and ReptiGlo have been known to cause eye problems and other health issues with bearded dragons, and should be avoided. The reason that some UVB lights (Zilla, ReptiGlo, coils/compacts, ect.) are considered dangerous is because the wavelength of UVB that they emit is shorter and more intense than the wavelength of the "safe" lights (ReptiSun, Arcadia).
    UVB lights should be replaced every 6 months. The T5’s are a strong bulb and only need to be replaced once a year – the T 8 every 6 months--- where as the T 8 are not as strong—they need to be placed inside the tank the T 5 10.0 bulb approx 10-11 inches from basking spot – the T 8 approx 8-10 inches from basking spot—the cover needs to be off the bulb for full effect of the UVB rays--
    kaylyn
  11. jeb

    jeb Hatchling Dragon 3 Year Member

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    No, he is sleeping there, not basking. I’m not someone who needs care tips for bearded dragons lol

    T5 10.0 HO fluorescent bulbs work through screens and reach his basking spot. It is misinformation to tell people otherwise.
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    kaylynangel Juvenile Dragon

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    Yes the T 5 is strong enough its the T 8 that is not
    kaylyn