How To Breed Bearded Dragons Guide

How to successfully breed bearded dragons step by step

How Old Do Bearded Dragons Need To Be To Breed?

In the wild, bearded dragons will typically be expected to come of breeding age between 1 and 2 years of age.

When Can Bearded Dragons Start Breeding?

Ideally, the best way to start breeding for your bearded dragons is to wait until they age 18 months. This situation guarantees the healthy, strong and happy growth of a bearded dragon or in other words: their mature status with full development.

Can A Male And Female Bearded Dragon Live Together?

In fact, simply placing a female and male bearded dragon together can actually have terrible and even fatal consequences for the dragons and even the babies if you breed the wrong morphs! Can a Male and Female Bearded Dragon Live Together?

How Many Eggs Do Bearded Dragons Lay?

These reptiles are prolific breeders, I have a female Beardie who has layed over 120 eggs over the course of 3 months. For this reason alone you should know whether you have a male or a female Bearded Dragon, especially if you plan to keep them in groups. Whether from the same clutch or not, males will breed with females regardless.

Are Bearded Dragons Good Breeds?

Bearded dragon breeding can be fun and educational. Bearded dragon’s are one of the most prolific breeders of all lizards and need little help to produce dozens and dozens of young each year. Bearded dragons are oviparous (produce young by eggs) and can deliver multiple clutches a year.

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