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Agama Tree Dragon Health Information

Crested Tree Dragons are usually wild caught, so it is especially important to have a veterinarian examine newly acquired animals, as they may be have internal parasites. Their terrariums should have branches for climbing and plenty of hiding places. The Crested Tree Dragon should have access to water at all times. Some may enjoy bathing. Daytime temperatures should be about 80 degrees Fahrenheit, with a basking area about 90 degrees. The nighttime temperature should fall be about 75 degrees Fahrenheit. Full spectrum lighting is important. The diet of captive Crested Tree Dragons usually consists of various insects and pinkie mice.

Breeding
Crested Tree Dragons may be sexed by the presence of a dewlap, which indicates a male. They often breed year round. In the wild, they lay two to six eggs among tree roots or another sheltered, though not covered, area. Usually, incubation lasts about four months before hatchlings between 3 and 6 inches emerge.


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