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Agama Flying Dragon Health Information

Flying Dragons need a humidity level over 75 percent. Their daytime temperature should remain between 80 and 85 degrees Fahrenheit with a ten-degree nighttime drop. The basking spot should be between 90 and 95 degrees. You can feed your Flying Dragon mealworms and crickets, dusted with a vitamin supplement, several times a week. They should always have a bowl of water available to them, and they appreciate a daily misting.

Breeding
In the wild, Flying Dragons probably mate between December and January. The courtship involves male Flying Dragons circling the females while displaying their extended gular flaps and wings in addition to bobbing their bodies up and down. Eggs are laid in a nest that the female creates by digging a small hole in the ground with her head. Usually, a clutch contains five eggs and the female will tamp the ground back over the completed nest with her head. The female Flying Dragon guards her nest for about 24 hours, and then abandons it. The eggs will need about 32 days to incubate and miniature versions of adult Flying Dragons will emerge.


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