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Old 22-06-2009, 02:47 PM
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No not at all. As it will make the viv too humid causing respitory infections. Beardies are dessert reptiles and need dry arid conditions. x
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Agreed, not a good idea.

Small water bowl in the cool end ... generally away from the glass front as they are more likely to walk through it whilst pacing up and down the glass ... as they do!
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I agree with the above im affraid, not a good idea as humidity can cause respiritry probs
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