ExoTerra Bearded Dragon Kit
The Exo Terra Bearded Dragon kit, 90 x 45 x 30 cm.
Includes everything you need to get started:
- Natural Terrarium Large/Low is ideal for Bearded Dragons (dimensions: 90 x 45 x 30 cm / 36” x 18” x 12” (WxDxH))
Reptile Dome – 21 cm / 8” (up to 160W)
Solar Glo bulb 125W
Exo Terra Sand Mat Large – 88cm x 43cm / 24.6” x 16.9”
Exo Terra Water Dish Medium
Please note: (delivery in Ireland only), this product is ordered for you (specifically upon payment received). Updates will be given to you, our valued customer, regarding delivery times. Delivery time for this product varies from 2 days to 1 month. Thank you.
There are a variety of decoration items available for your Exo Terra Kit including; Branches, Hides & Caves, Rock Outcrops, Skulls, etc. … You can also build your own natural looking shelters with the ProRep Flat Cork Bark.
Some Bearded Dragon facts:
- Hatchling size: 3 ½ – 4 inches (8-10cm)
Adult size: 16 – 24 inches (40-60cm)
Life span: 8 to 12 years (some individuals even live 14+ years)
As your lizard grows you will need to increase the size of it’s housing.
Beaded Dragons are very territorial, so males should never be housed together.
Substrate: Exo Terra’s Sand Mat (Large) resembles the compacted substrate in the Bearded Dragon’s natural environment and it should be replaced every 3 months, or as needed. TIP: the more often you spot clean, the longer the Sand Mat will last.
Lighting: Bearded Dragons are mainly diurnal, which means they’re only active during daylight. The Solar Glo all-in-one bulb provides optimal levels of UVA, UVB, visual light and heat to simulate a 12-hour day/night cycle.
Heating: It’s best to offer a daytime temperature gradient between 82-86°F (28-30°C) on the “cool side” of the terrarium (2/3 of the floor space) and a basking area under the Solar Glo all-in-one bulb between 95-105°F (35-40°C) (1/3 of the floor space). This allows your Bearded Dragon to thermoregulate their body temperature – keep the nighttime temperature at an average of 72-77°F (22-25°C). Additional heating (like the Exo Terra Ceramic Heater, Infrared Basking Spot or Night Heat Lamp) may be necessary if temperatures fall below the recommended range.
Food: Omnivorous – bearded dragons feed on both insects and vegetables/fruits