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Keeping Bearded Dragons

By: Darren Green
77 pages, col photos, maps
Keeping Bearded Dragons
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  • Keeping Bearded Dragons ISBN: 9780975820032 Paperback Nov 2009 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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This book provides the reader with an understanding of keeping bearded dragons. It details the nutritional requirements needed and the best methods for housing, heating and lighting. The author also offers tips on breeding and raising their young.

Also included are distribution maps and data for the Australian species.

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Darren Green brought more than 20 years of practical experience to this book. He worked as a lecturer, zookeeper and photographer in wildlife.

By: Darren Green
77 pages, col photos, maps
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