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Hi I have a 2 & a half foot water dragon I keep him in an 18wx24hx18hvim just wondering if this may be a bit small any advice would be apreciated
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Old 07-08-2009, 02:21 AM
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Don't know too much about water dragons but it does sound a bit small. You might have more answers if you post this in the Lizard section. Welcome to RFUK
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I'd like to know how a 30" water dragon fits in an 18" vivarium you stupid troll.
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Old 07-08-2009, 10:52 AM
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minumum viv sizes are around the 6ft height x 4 ft width and 2ft depth for adult water dragons, if it is in such a small viv which does seem quiet impossible he will need getting out of there as soon as possible it will be stressing him and not helping with his health at all.
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Thanks for the 30"! I was trying to work it out, but it's late and my brain isn't working!!
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Don't know too much about water dragons but it does sound a bit small. You might have more answers if you post this in the Lizard section. Welcome to RFUK
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I'd like to know how a 30" water dragon fits in an 18" vivarium you stupid troll.
I replied to this post to give it a bump as I do know next to nothing about water dragons. I also realised the viv would be too small for any lizard. I was however trying to be diplomatic as required in this section (see sticky above)
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I replied to this post to give it a bump as I do know next to nothing about water dragons. I also realised the viv would be too small for any lizard. I was however trying to be diplomatic as required in this section (see sticky above)
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