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Characteristics of a healthy baby beardie? 4 months 1 week ago #438701

  • ChrisEvans
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HI,

In about a week, I will be picking up my new baby beardie. I plan on using Augie and Amy's Dragon and Chameleon Room, for anyone who is in California and familiar with them.I've seen some good guides that talk about finding a baby that is alert, doesn't have deformities, etc. Beyond that, are beardies of certain morphs and/or colorings more difficult to take care of? I've heard that silkybacks can be a little difficult, but what about leatherbacks?Also, the tank I'm setting up is a 60 gallon (36 long 24 wide 18 high). I've read that 40 gallons is the minimum, but 48 wide is really the best. Because my tank is a little smaller I'm thinking of getting a female, as it sounds like they don't get as big. However, are females more likely to run into health problems? I have no plans to breed, but it sounds like females can still have issues with infertile eggs.

Please help.

I did not find the right solution from the internet.

References:
www.beardeddragon.org/forums/viewtopic.php?p=1808603
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Thanks!
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