The Chinese Water Dragon also eats a large and varied amount of foods. Chicken, prawns, beef, moths, insects, egg the list is endless. They will eat what they fancy.
Of course you need to make sure that you vary the diet otherwise vitamin deficiency will occur.
No. the dragon would eat the hedgehog.
I have a chinese water dragon, and i feed it everyday. Youre supposed to feed them as much and often as they eat as far as i know
the chinnese dragon eat you
Please don't have sex with a Chinese water dragon!!
A Chinese water dragon is not a dragon, but is a lizard. Native to East and Southeast Asia, they are also known as the Asian Water Dragon, the Thai Water Dragon and the Green Water Dragon.
I think the Chinese water dragon gets bigger, I have one that is over 30" long.
Females Chinese water dragon get to 3 feet and males get to 4 feet
The chinese water dragon weigh is more than 1 pound.. i know that!
do u mean the Chinese water dragon??
Absolutely not ! Part of the Chinese Water Dragon's diet is other reptiles - If you house them together, you'll likely end up with one very fat Chinese Water dragon !
well at pet smart for a chinese water dragon it is 29.99
They can, but there is less nutritional value. In order for your water dragon to get what it needs, meal worms are usually the best.
Dragons in Chinese culture are portrayed as gods, deitys, etc. and would probably not "eat" anything.
because its a water dragon its drinks water so there you have it
water dragon are more frindy and easy to tame
squeese it by its balls
no i have one
In Chinese Zodiac, 1952 is the year of Yang Water Dragon.
It would eat fish, sharks, swimmers, and any other kind of meat it could find. actually that would be a mythical water dragon(sea serpent)i believe they are talking about a real water dragon, a lizard of a type, and they eat small insects, worms, mosquito larvae, and even small bits of fruit sometimes.
they eat rice dumplings which in Chinese is called 粽子(zongzi).
Well when my water dragon is happy it looks like it is smiling HA HA!:p
The Chinese Dragon, called Nian (means "year" in Chinese) came to China every year to eat the crops and children. The Chinese people figured out that the color red and loud noises scared Nian, and so, every year the Chinese dress and decorate in red and set off firecrackers, now known as Chinese New Year.