The basic reptile incubator manual (ebook)
21 October 2017 | Renier Delport | Bearded dragon breeding
This basic reptile incubator manual ebook takes the reader through the entire process of egg incubation. The journey starts from the preparation stages and ends after the babies have hatched. Read more...
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Bearded dragon supplementation through food 'dusting'
Bearded dragon supplementation through food ‘dusting’
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'Dusting' is the process of coating insects or other foodstuffs with a powdered supplement prior to feeding being fed. Read more...
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Bearded Dragon Supplementation
Bearded dragon supplementation
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With Bearded dragons, supplementation is the addition of nutrients like amino-acids, vitamins and minerals to their diets. These supplements are added because they are known to be deficient home made foods. Read more...
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Bearded dragon supplementation through gut-loading
Supplementation through gut-loading
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Mineral supplementation plays a vital part in keeping your pet Bearded dragon healthy. One way to add these supplements to their diet is by gut-loading their food. Read more...
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Bearded Dragon Feeding
Bearded dragon feeding
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Being omnivorous, Bearded dragons will accept a variety of foods including plant materials (greens, esp. leafy greens), invertebrates and the occasional vertebrate. In captivity Bearded dragons can be offered a variety of insects, fruit, vegetables, flowers, flower leaves / herbs and nestling mice. Read more...
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Bearded dragon crickets
Bearded dragon crickets
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Crickets are the main foodstuff for captive kept Bearded dragons and other insectivorous lizards. These insects contain most of the main ingredients, namely proteins, carbohydrates, fats, minerals, vitamins and water and are sufficient to sustain, or at least support higher life. Read more...
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