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Posted by rick gordon on April 25, 2003 at 12:39:49:
In Reply to: wow. That's a big question... posted by Zeb on April 24, 2003 at 19:39:04:
:Check out this website...I suggest reading it all. www.icomm.ca/dragon.
: Basically, you feed a varied diet...crickets and superworms make good staples....and waxworms, earthworms, meal worms, and pinkies ( for adults ) as an occasional thing.
: You'll need a cage at least 5' long by 2-3' deep and preferably 5' or higher. It will need climbing places, basking spots, and a water pool they can at least submerge themselves in.
: You'll also need UV lighting, of course, and a good calcium/vitamin dust.
: So, it's an investment....easily $500 +. ( I know I've spent much, much more...)
Rick:: When it comes to setups and money, you'll end up spending more money and heart ache in the long run if you try to be cheap from the start.