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Can a Chinese water dragon live with a chameleon?
chameleons are much smaller so may be seen as a possible meal by the water dragon. Another thing is the fact that chameleons stress out VERY easily and the presence of the water dragon will mean that your chameleon will be under constant stress and this can actually kill your chameleon.
Do water dragons get lonely?
Housing the Chinese Water Dragon Unless you know your dragons are accurately sexed, you may be better off with just one, although it may be lonely. A male and female pair will likely get along, while two males and even two females may display aggression unless given lots of space in a very large enclosure.
How smart are Chinese water dragons?
Remember, Chinese water dragons are smart lizards and they know who cares for them and who doesn’t. You should first be good to your pet then expect it to be friendly in return. It is also important that you guide your guests and kids not to grab the dragon if they want to hold it.
Are Chinese water dragons worth it?
But it’s not easy to know which pet is right for your home. Although these scaly tree-lovers have some pretty specific habitats and need a bit of taming, Chinese water dragons can be well worth the effort and make great beginner pets.
Do Chinese water dragons recognize their owners?
Chinese water dragons can be aggressive towards both males and females of their species. The good news is that Chinese water dragons are known for being friendly with humans. Newly purchased dragons should be given time to adjust to their new home before you attempt to handle them.
How do I know if my Chinese water dragon is shedding?
How do Chinese water dragons shed? Before your Chinese water dragon sheds (in patches), its skin will turn darker in color. After that, skin turns grayish, before returning to almost normal color, and then finally shedding. You will notice shedding around the head first, and tail the last.