Agama bearded

In the wild, agama lives in the Australian desert, semi-desert, bush and savannah. They live mainly in groups. It is a daytime lizard that has a yellow to yellowish-brown color and grows to a size of 60 cm. It lives about 10 years. Like a snake, as it grows, it exfoliates its skin not entirely, but partially, and in different periods.
If you decide to breed it, it is important to study the state in which it lives, its diet and everything you need to arrange before you take the animal home.
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First you need to dig a terrarium. The suitable size is 120x60x60, and its cost varies about 5,000.-. It must have both upper and lower ventilation, but not against each other, so as not to cause drafts.
1. One of the most important things is lighting. Agama demands light and heat. The daily lighting time should be 12 hours. Therefore, it requires heat, UVB and UVA (radiation).
AVA or sunlight should illuminate the entire area of the terrarium.
uvb, or heat, simulates sunlight.
You can already buy a combination of uva+UVB light sources on the market, the price is about 600.- And once a year, the sauce should be replaced.
If the bulb does not heat the terrarium sufficiently, it is necessary to add a heat source, for example, in the form of a heater. In the summer you can put it under the sun.  The temperature should be about 30 ° C, and in the hottest places it should be 40-45 ° C, just below the source, and at night it should be about 22 ° C, so at night it is necessary to extinguish, and the humidity will move within 50-60%, so it is enough to expose 1 time a day 1.
Next, you need to select a suitable substrate for the bottom. The ideal is the sand for the pool filter, it is a bit dusty, so the terrarium sand you buy with pet supplies is more dusty.
The terrarium also includes decorations and plants, as agama likes to climb above the ground and rest. You can use different branches (not from conifers) and stones. Suitable types of plants include aloe, but you can choose artificial, because you have to count on the fact that agama eats them.
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The bearded agama is an omnivore, and the older they get, the more they prefer a plant-based diet.  Feed live food, such as crickets, locusts and cockroaches 1-1 times a day, add green fodder (clover, dandelion, alfalfa) and vegetables (carrots, Chinese cabbage). A bowl of water is a matter of course. In some cases, it is recommended to add minerals such as reptiles, which you can buy about 350 pieces.-.
Agama is very popular because it seeks contact with humans, is really unpretentious and can breed alone.