Dragón barbudo (Pogona vitticeps) – Cuidados, información…etc

Dragón barbudo (Pogona vitticeps) – Cuidados, información…etc


Hello. Today we want to show a popular and popular reptile. The bearded dragon It belongs to the family of dragon lizards Its common name is because of this that it has here under the throat With these barbed scales Used to attract females And darkens it Here also has a row of skewers. He will also use them to scare off rivals or predators. It is a reptile originating in Australia In rocky, arid and semi-arid areas is diurnal Terrestrial and a little semi arboricola Likes to climb on logs or rocks of medium height to visualize their prey It is omnivorous. It feeds on insects, small rodents and even birds Also fruit and vegetables In captivity we will offer you grasshoppers, crickets, cockroaches, some pups of mouse or mealworms ..etc And vegetables or fruit will give you canons, arugula, pineapple, grapes, apples, pears … etc We can powder the food with vitamins and calcium D3 We must give at least 2 times a week The widths reach a size between 55 and 60 cm Females between 40 and 45 cm In the market there are many varieties of color (morphs) and in the wild it has several types of browns Between brownish gray and reddish brown Lives between 8 and 10 years These two examples are morphs that have been taken in captivity. They have been selected And a great deal of color has developed. Even the absence of scales. Terrarium for a pair: 100x40x50 cm Can even serve 2 females and 1 male Temperature during the day: 27-31ºC (80,6-87,8ºF) And a hot spot with a ceramic bulb of 34-35ºC (93,2-95ºF) And during the day 23-24ºC (73,4-75,2ºF) And need a UV 10.0 too The terrarium can be decorated like you want. The ideal substrate would be coconut fiber. If it is ingested there would be no problem. In captivity they can be reproduced throughout the year. In wild it is in the spring. The female will lay the eggs after 30-45 days Of 15 – 25 eggs 3 and 6 set each season And the eggs will hatch over 60 days at a temperature of 28-30ºC (82,4-86ºF) The offspring must be separated from the parents. I forgot! We must offer them a very shallow dish of water. Although I prefer to drink water sprayed. I hope you liked it like I like it. And soon more videos. Bye bye=)

Randy Schultz

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9 thoughts on “Dragón barbudo (Pogona vitticeps) – Cuidados, información…etc

  1. sadvaporizado says:

    Qué bonitas las crías :3

  2. RobyFirly says:

    nice reptile video,greetings from indonesian reptile , if you interest all about exotic pet & reptile please check my channel and subscribes back,thanks you

  3. JORGE Gonzalez says:

    sois la ostia

  4. Lelauu Lopez says:

    buen video, me encantan estos animales

  5. ARCAMI Castillo says:

    Buen video saludos desde Madrid de torrejon, tus pogonas son muy bonitas y preciosas, yo tambien tengo uno con cara de idiota y es muy travieso y cagon, se comporta como si fuera mi perrito, le puedo entrenar y me puede hacerme caso, mucho que tener un perrito, tiene 13 meses de edad igualito el tuyo pero el mas clarito, sigue asi, te mereces un like.

  6. Isaac Sanchez says:

    Muchas gracias por el tutorial

  7. Atomarporculolandia says:

    A un oviparo jamas debe de darsele de comer gusanos, arañas… muerte directa o temprana del animal por rotura de la cadena genetica.
    En caso de no encontrar alimentos lo suficientemente pequeños para las crias, se secciona parte de la carnada que consume los adultos…. ¡Pero nunca, nunca animales que tengan su reproducción por huevos!

  8. Yolanda Lavi says:

    jajaja me encanta la cara del perro los primeros segundo taaaaaan bello!!!

  9. Marisol Guillamon Segovia says:

    Like por el dalmata del principio

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