25th November 2019

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Do you leave the heat lamp on at night for bearded dragons?

Night Temperatures for Bearded Dragons. So let's talk about temperatures and heating for your bearded dragon cage. At night (as in the wild) the temperature can drop down into the 70s, or even the mid 60s. So you might not need to use heat at night, depending on how your house cools at night.

Correspondingly, where does a bearded dragon live?

The Inland Bearded Dragon lives in the arid woodlands and deserts of central Australia. It spends much of its waking hours in bushes and trees, and is also found basking on rocks. When it is extremely hot, the bearded dragon will burrow underground.

Where are central bearded dragons found?

Central Bearded Dragon (Pogona vitticeps) The Central bearded dragon (Pogona vitticeps) is an Australian native lizard which is found in a wide range of arid to semi-arid habitats in the interior of Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia and the Northern Territory.

Where are bearded dragons native to?

Bearded Dragons are lizards, in the genus Pogona, that are native to Australia. Bearded Dragons are often kept as exotic pets, especially the Inland Bearded Dragon (species Pogona vitticeps). These pets are also affectionately called "Beardies" by those who breed or raise them.
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