Can children get strep throat through handling ferrets and bearded dragon lizards?
Bearded Dragons, as with other reptiles, are most likely carriers of Salmonella. You should wash your hands after handling them.
Yes bearded lizards do have small sharp teeth
Yes, babaies can catch salmonella from bearded dragon lizards.
no, the bearded dragon is too big to be eaten by small lizards such as skinks
you should never mix lizards. plus bearded dragons are very Territorial and can kill another lizard
its ok but i would suggest the bearded dragon
No, one of the lizards that don't is the bearded dragon
They can, but almost never do. Bearded dragons are not large lizards, and it is difficult to find lizards smaller than the Beardie sutiable for eating. They will usually only eat other lizards if absolutely necessary.
The three most common pets in the United States are dogs, cats and ferrets. Other less common pets include rats, mice, snakes, birds, reptiles like iguanas and bearded lizards, hamsters, guinea pigs and gerbils.
No geckos are not poisonous.
Bearded dragons are lizards, and, like dinosaurs, lizards are reptiles. However, no lizards, including bearded dragons, evolved from dinosaurs. Birds, on the other hand, evolved from small, feathered, insectivorous or meat eating dinosaurs that lived in trees.
bearded dragons, gecko, comelions and ore
bearded dragons hear by a hole in the side of the head. other lizards have ears covered by a scale.
bearded dragons, curly tailed lizards, leopard geckos, desert iguana,Fringe-toed Lizards and lots more
Cats, dogs, ferrets, snakes. Some lizards.
Leopard Gecko, Collared Lizards, Bearded Dragon, Blue-tongue Skinks, and Savanna Monitors
Bearded Dragons, iguanas, and others.
They mate and lay eggs which will hatch into babies.
... Lizards do not go into hibernation
Bearded Dragons eat insects and vegetables - not other lizards ! -Improving the answer here- -Adelric of UF- Read below..For the right answer...lol. ___ACTUALLY___ Bearded dragons eat other lizards. They eat green anols.But.. They have to be smaller. And bearded dragons eat new born baby mice also Sad i know But it's true. They can also eat grown mice. But i wouldn't recommend it. Bearded dragons are omnivores...Which. I'm sure you know what that means… Read More
Opinions differ, but I think Bearded Dragons or Green Iguanas are the best of the lizards. 2nd answerer says: A good pet would be a Bearded Dragon because they can be trained easily! I have one, too.
Any lizards are good with the proper care anoles make easy to care for pet lizards.
yes. there is a possibility of getting a disease from almost any animal. This is why it's a good idea to wash your hands and to aviod touching your eyes or mouth after handling most animals. A disease that can be possily transmitted from a bearded dragon to a human is salminala. No this does not mean all beardies have salminala. But it could be a possibility if the animal is exposed to it (saminala… Read More
Mabey, the birds might eat the lizards or the lizards might eat the birds. If the lizards are big,old, and lazy, the birds and the lizards will get along. If the lizards are young kinda big and active the lizards and birds will be in a war of doom. so it depends how big the lizards are.
yellow spotted lizards are bearded dragon with yellow spots painted on their back from the holes movie.
large gonnas (lizards) , dingoes and birds of prey.
The bearded dragon lays about 20-25 eggs
There is no standard collective noun for bearded dragons. Because bearded dragons do like to sun themselves: the collective noun for lizards will work: a lounge of bearded dragons; a lounge of bearded dragons the collective noun for crocodiles will work: a bask of bearded dragons; a bask of bearded dragons
The Bearded Dragon is actually just a common name given to a grouping (or genus) of lizards. There are about seven species--none of them are endangered.
No they can not. Bearded Dragons are very territorial and will fight with any other lizard that is put in their tank with them.
Both, but more importantly spend more time with it. Bearded dragons are lizards that need a lot of attention in captivity.
I find bearded dragons to be by far the best lizards for handling; unlike many lizards, they seem to actually enjoy attention from their keepers. Unfortunately, they may not fit your definition of 'small,' as they can attain a total length of about 2 feet and require large enclosures. Next best would probably be a leopard gecko, which is smaller and easier to house. If handling is that important to you, then make sure to… Read More
Bearded Dragons can't breath under water, for they are air breathing animals and don't have gills.
bearded dragons, tiger snakes, monitor lizards
Most pets stores that sell lizards will carry them. But they are Great pets!
In short, no. A bearded dragon may live with another bearded dragon in some instances. Try to pair males with females if you dont want them to fight.
No the spotted lizard isn't it is only shown to be a deadly poisonous lizard in holes which was actually the lizards they used were bearded dragon lizards which are a very popular pet reptile.
All lizards have scales. There aren't any scaleless lizards. There are lizards that dont have true scales but all lizards have scales some lizards that are like that are leopard geckos, fat tail geckos, and certain morphs of bearded draons called silkies
i would not put any other reptile with my bearded dragon because it might eat what ever you want to put in there with it and the diseases.
yes i feed my bearded dragon rasperries at the weekend as a treat. its 1 of the few fruit or veg she eats. seems to enjoy them
As long as the children aren't the sole caretakers of the lizard, I guess it would be fine. Reptilian companions are for more experienced pet owners. Just keep the top of the enclosure locked and supervise your children when they are handling your lizard and ensure that they wash their hands before and after doing so.
No, all are very active little lizards, unless they are sick.
Yes they can.They do this to heat their bodies.This is known as basking.
Bearded Dragons, Geckos, Iguanas and Chameleons to name just a few.
They are both lizards, but beyond that there is fairly little relation.
Definately. Do not house bearded dragons with any other lizards. If you are going to house two bearded dragons together ensure they are the same size or else the larger one will eat the smaller one.
no not usually, only if they are really starving but very rarely. Bearded dragons eat leafy greens, and any animal small enough for them to grab up and swallow. So, the answer is 'yes', they absolutely will eat other lizards that are smaller than they are, if they can catch them.
They are sometimes they will bask in the sun on a rock or an a tree.But the first glimps of prey it hops right into action.But yes bearded lizards are lazy. If this answer was helpful you are welcome.
Bearded Dragons get their name from the spikes that surround their lower face. And the 'dragon' part is just because they are lizards, and "bearded lizard" is boring.