What do bearded dragons eat?


A bearded dragon is an omnivore animal that can eat butter worms, locust, redworms, silkworms, apple, cactus pear, carrots, beetroot, basil, cherries, blackberries, clover, yucca flowers, maple leaves, rose petals and cherries. It can also eat vegetables and fruits such as leeks, papayas, pineapples and mangoes.
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Bearded dragons normally feed on insects, vegetables and other forms of food supplements. These animals are very active during the day and are dormant at night. Bearded dragons are a confined breed that requires minimal care, are readily available and are inexpensive.
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