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just read the one about seperation. yes I think you should separate them. They grow very fast, full grown most people opt for a 4x2x2
hmmm, I just hit the sand with the IR and its at 75 degrees and 88 where the heat pad is.All that in regards to uv-b sounds great when it comes to the temperatures do not rely on that stick on use the IR gun get some probes and you can cuz if nothing else they helped just know the ambient temperatures the IR gun you can use to do floor temperatures like how hot the floor is the dragon will be laying on for babies they like 105 to 110 directly under basking light once they get older they start liking it more like 95 to 100 I keep my enclosure 95 to 102 I know right the science behind it LOL there is a lot more to it than I realized Karrie above has helped me alot in the beginning of our journey. As far heat pads don't know of many people that use heat pads there's just no need for them and if nightime temperatures below 65 at night you can look into getting a DP projector or ceramic heat emitter
nope, I may need stronger bulbs, also getting the UVB 12% 14" in the next day or sowell i know thats not to hot
Thanks! planning on doing that this weekend!Not to sound like a broken record here but the sooner you separate them the better. Baby Bearded dragons very often end up bitting each other's tails and toes off. Which do not grow back. I know this has the potential to really upset your kids. So wanted to make sure you knew why that advice was given.
Alright took all of your advice and separated the 2. Put the smaller one in the smaller tank for now. He is like HUH?? lolI purchased 2 bearded dragons a few weeks ago. Well I bought 1 initially for my youngest son along with the 20g Zoo Med habitat kit. My older son also wanted one so went back the next day and purchased the second. I setup the tank and then found a used 65g tank (18x24x35) that they both are in now. The size is a big difference. The light it came with had a 75W and I changed it to a 100w. This is my current setup but am reading up on more setups and not sure if this is the best for them now. Any suggestions thoughts would help. Thanks!