Yeah that's true they do it dirt in the wild. Well cuttlefish are jampacked with minerals so I guess research them and if they aren't a choking hazard you can give them. I'm not sure but if my budgies didn't choke I feel like your dragon will swallow it with ease.
Well thanks for the replies all these thoughts about lighting have made me start pulling my hair out because I sit there and think 1 question that turns to 2 and then I have 1000 questions. This is honestly so confusing but I think after 5 threads I'm started to get the hang of it.
Yeah makes sense crickets and hoppers hop ALOT and so easily they can become a problem. Yeah I don't personally like mealworms but if you do then just keep on going but be careful apparently beardies are known to become addicted to mealworms.
So I went to a local breeder today to talk about buying new basking bulbs and when I said "I'm here to replace my infareds for Arcadia Halogens" They told me why? So I went on to tell them everything I've heard and they gave me a sheet. Bearded dragons cannot see red which means that infared...
Its seems that the rankins dragon has a smaller lifespan and is slightly smaller than a bearded dragon.
The rankins dragon lives 6-10 years and grows to 12 inches compared to a bearded dragon the bearded dragons that can grow up to 24 inchs and lives 10-15 years.
So to be totally honest...