Water Dragon (Physignathus cocincinus)

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Water Dragon (Physignathus cocincinus)

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Description

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Water dragons are arboreal reptiles, needing vertical space along with multiple branches to climb on. Also known as a Chinese Water Dragon, they reach upwards of 3 feet in length. These reptiles are found in rain forests, and forests near bodies of water.

  • - Water dragons communicate by bobbing their heads, inflating their throat pouches, doing push-ups and waving their arms. This is part of the territorial behavior that males exhibit during breeding season
  • - Adult water dragons can be territorial and should be housed separately. Do not house different reptile species together
  • - Diurnal - Awake during the day, sleep at night
  • - Environment: Arboreal
  • - Diet: Omnivorous
  • - Max Size: 36 inches
  • - Lifespan: 10-15 years

Specifications

  • SKU

    160253

  • Primary Brand

    Petco

  • Days to Ship

    Item is not shippable

Live Animal

  • Pet Max Length

    36 IN

  • Special Diet

    Omnivore

  • Native To

    Asia

  • Temperament

    Semi-Aggressive

  • Care Level

    Moderate

  • Pet Min Length

    10 IN

A well-balanced water dragon diet consists of a variety of insects, including crickets, roaches, mealworms, waxworms and earthworms; frozen/thawed pinkie mice and small common goldfish. 10 to 15% of diet should include dark, leafy greens and fruits.

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