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How to escape the bath! Spudgun: 22 inches long and half a kilo of lizard climbing the shower curtain. (He can climb most things when he wants to escape).

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avlin22:

-BUT TODAY IS NOT THAT DAY

(S)he looks like he’s pointing the way for the others. “The locusts are other the my scaly brethren!”

Reblogged from Well hello there.
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Tatsu the Rankins/ Lawsons dragon rubbing herself to remove the old skin. She’s not fussy where she rubs herself either!

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Few pictures of one of my own going through a massive skin shedding. She hadn’t done it in a while, normally only in the odd patch. She also looks really happy about it too!

To coincide with now being the proud owner of yet more lizard skin, I’ve written a very long article on as much as I know about Bearded Dragons shedding. Hope it’s of use.

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If you own a Bearded Dragon, please take 5 minutes of your time to complete our survey (it’s anonymous):

http://pogopogona.com/bearded-dragon-facts/bearded-dragon-survey

And if you’re feeling generous please help us and share that survey link anywhere you can :)

We’re currently at 448 results as of today, ideally by the end of the year we need to be past 1,000 results so that we have a good sized sample set.

Oh and please keep your beardies in nice big vivs with UVb and heatbulbs, they’ll thank you for it.

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ruciful:

spleadit:

Bearded dragon lizard saved by fire crews from blazing enclosure and revived with oxygen

A bearded dragon needed oxygen to revive it after fire crews rescued the reptile from its blazing enclosure.

Firefighters were called when a bulb overheated and dropped into the lizard’s home, known as a vivarium, setting a piece of wood alight.

Two fire crews rushed to the scene and entered the smoke-filled building wearing breathing apparatus to rescue two-year-old Thorn from the basement of the house.

At first firefighters thought the lizard-like reptile was dead - but after carrying Thorn outside and giving him oxygen from a cylinder, they amazingly managed to revive him.

Firefighters save everything and everyone.

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ruciful:

spleadit:

Bearded dragon lizard saved by fire crews from blazing enclosure and revived with oxygen

A bearded dragon needed oxygen to revive it after fire crews rescued the reptile from its blazing enclosure.

Firefighters were called when a bulb overheated and dropped into the lizard’s home, known as a vivarium, setting a piece of wood alight.

Two fire crews rushed to the scene and entered the smoke-filled building wearing breathing apparatus to rescue two-year-old Thorn from the basement of the house.

At first firefighters thought the lizard-like reptile was dead - but after carrying Thorn outside and giving him oxygen from a cylinder, they amazingly managed to revive him.

Firefighters save everything and everyone.

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Check this out at around 30 seconds in…

Funny, but of course it always depends on the cats personality. I wouldn’t ever leave a cat and a beardie alone together.