This is what I have found out about brumation.

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Martyn21

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You should only do this to a dragon when you want to mate them you don't have to do it, if you think if the dragons are in a tank then why are the in brumation because you control the temps and they don't know I have put my temps back up and she is back to normal sort of fue more weeks she will be fine. So what I know I'm not gona do it I might when she's an adult but not every year. Some feed back would be nice thanks :).
 

sara24354

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Martyn,
Brumation is a natural thing. Most dragons in the wild brumate in the colder months.Read the brumation article on this site under care sheets and articles.
 
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