NO! To do this to your pets would mean that one of them would die. Corn snakes do not even get along with other types of snakes. They are constrictors and would kill the dragon if they are big enough. Or if the dragon is larger, it could kill and eat the snake. Both are these animals are carnivors and they would eat the other. Thank you. That's exactly what I would have said. For anyone planning to put different species in the same tank.... BAD IDEA! About the only thing that can be put together are certain types of geckos. For anyone thinking that means all geckos, fact is very few can be put with other species. Tokays and golden geckos are some of the few that can be put together. Put a leopard gecko in with a tokay and you will only have a well fed tokay gecko and no leopard gecko. Please stop trying to mix species unless you have all the knowledge of both species or you will be feeding your one pet your other pet.
most cases probably not and i wouldn't try it but for the most part Bearded Dragons are really docile animals but then again they are very territorial so i wouldn't try it just keep them in seprate cages
No! Never put a bearded dragon in the same enclosure as any other animal. Most reptiles will attack others so unless you want to turn your vivarium into a bloodbath
house your beardie alone as they are solitary animals.
Absolutely not, under any circumstances. These two species have COMPLETELY different environmental requirements. Bearded dragons are desert animals, and water dragons come from tropical rainforest.
Please research the needs of any animal before you buy it.
Yes, unless the Frilled Dragon is in a bad mood.
NO! For anyone to even think that is moderately okay is ridiculous!
You can house bearded dragons together only if they are both girls males will fight for dominace male and female must be separated after layin eggs hope this helps
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 they will have many fights that can lead to disease or death
Never house reptiles together that are not found naturally in the same area ! Bearded Dragons a native to Australia - Swifts are a native species of America !
Phineas and ferb, that's what its called
Male bearded dragons do get territorial. More over basking spots than anything else. You can prevent this by making sure that there is ample space for basking, (provide more than one basking spot) or do not house 2 males together.
No, Bearded Dragons are VERY territorial and will either fight other lizards or be so stressed they will get sick
no they might eat each other
So long as it's not two males - yes. Two males put together WILL fight ! Two females or a male and a female is fine.
Dragons are mythical creatures. Depending on different authors and directors, dragons and other mythical creatures are always different. Okay obviously that isn't a helpful answer, so I will move it to bearded dragons for you.
Its not recommended to house 2 dragons together, especially when their ages differ so greatly. Males will end up fighting, typically to the death, females can end up with serious injuries and dominance issues and male/female housing leads to over breeding.
They can eat mice, crickets, mealworms, grapes, apple chunks, Earthworms, NEVER feed them iceberg lettuce, grated carrots, kale, dandelion greens, escarole, mustard greens, and a lot more.