Yes you should leave the basking light on at night if you have a chilly house the other light acts as the sun in the day and if you leave that on your dragons will never sleep p.s I have one so if have any questions feel free to post anything up and I'll likely be able to give you and answer
reptiles basic needs are: UVA and UVB lighting, tank or cage with screen top for fresh air, bedding, and depending on species, a basking (heat)light
The lifespan of the deep sea dragon fish is unknown. Because they live so deep under the ocean surface, not a whole lot of information is available about these scary looking creatures. It is known that they attract their prey by producing a blue or red light near their mouth and they live up to 5,000 meters below the surface of the ocean, where there is no light and very little food.
Triops are usually light brown to dark brown. That's Your answer r u happy now ugh ur still here. leave now or else
Amazing Chicken is a lightly coated chicken breast that is fried. It remains moist, light, but somewhat oily in taste. It can be spiced differently in different restaurants, but is generally not overwhelming.
a sunflower seed grows the fastest but sunflowers need a lot of light so if you leave it in the cold it would probably die
You don't need to alternate the lighting for a Beardie. You need a reptile basking light and a UVB light and that's it.
No they can't, they can be kept warm in your jacket but never bask. Only under a proper basking light will they bask.
No - you NEED to maintain the correct temperature range for the species ! The heat-pad provides general 'background' heat, while the basking light offers a localised 'hot-spot' and the UV light provides necessary ultra-violet spectrum.
There are many causes for this, the first and most common is that their light is too hot. Never use anything higher than a 75 watt bulb. One way to be sure of this is checking to see where your beardie is when he is not basking. If it is in shady areas this most likely means that the light is too hot.
They are semi-aquatic. They need a basking light and a basking area such as a floating log or basking platform so that they can climb out of the water to bask. This is essential to their health. If a red eared slider doesn't have an area to bask and can't get out of the water, it's shell will get soft and it will eventually die. They need UVA and UVB light in order to process their food. Heat and light are essential for these turtles. Keep them in water around 70 degrees and provide a basking area and a basking light that has both UVA and UVB rays or two lights, including one UVA and one UVB bulb.
Basking in the sun or light, and eating
there is dragon with light and dark elements . it is Eclipse Dragon
Its not light, its temperature. Ideal temp is 86 degrees with a basking area of around 90 - 92. If the cage is too hot the animals will stay in the coolest part of the cage. If too cold it will rarely leave the hot spot.
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It depends on your animal. Do some research and figure out what is best for your pet.
Yes, red-eared sliders need a dry area to get out of the water. Above this area should be a turtle basking lamp. Aquatic turtles will bask daily. Basking keeps the turtle's skin and shell health from fungus while the UV in the light is needed for the turtles growth. Without a dry area and a basking light your turtle will not be healthy and happy.
A Current Dragon or a Hail Dragon. It depends what shade of blue it is. Dark blue is Current Dragon and light blue is Hail Dragon.