Water dragons prefer to eat live protein sources such as mealworms, fish, crickets and locusts, although some will eat freshly shredded vegetables. The protein sources should be fe...
Chinese Water Dragon
Typically male Chinese water dragons reach lengths of three feet (.9 m), females are somewhat smaller. Almost 70 percent of the length is the tail. The tail is laterally flattened, banded brown and green, and ends in a fine point...
The Australian water dragon (Intellagama lesueurii, formerly Physignathus
lesueurii), which includes the eastern water dragon (I. l. lesueurii) and the
Water Dragons are a great option for someone who likes the look of an iguana,
but either does not want the commitment or cannot take on the care required to ...
The long tail is narrow and banded with green and brown (and it is also a powerful weapon!). Adult males have larger heads than females, and develop larger crests on the back of the head and neck.
You need to be able to remove and clean/disinfect the water
tub daily, e... More »
Everything you need to know about caring for your Chinese water dragon:
dragons natural habitat, life span, diet,enclosures,snout damage and other
May 7, 2009 ... Chinese Water Dragon and various types of reptile food.
Asian Water Dragon, Chinese Water Dragon, Green Water Dragon, Thai Water
Dragon: ... Water dragons are native to the Southeast Asian mainland and ...
Chinese water dragon babies that are only 4 or 5 inches long may be kept in a 10
-gallon aquarium, but they will eventually need to be moved to a larger ...
The water dragon is a large species of lizard native to the forests and jungles of
Asia and Australia. Water dragons are arboreal animals meaning that they ...