# Can a baby bearded dragon live with a grown bearded dragon?

## Can a baby bearded dragon live with a grown bearded dragon?

Welcome! Bearded dragons are solitary animals and should not be housed together under any circumstance. If you put the baby in with the adult there is a strong possibility that he will bite/hurt her, he may even eat her.

## How old is a bearded dragon compared to a human?

Bearded dragons have an average lifespan that is approximately ten years. Divide average human lifespan by the beardie average lifespan to get the ratio. 80.5/10 gives 8.05. Hence, one bearded dragon year equates to eight years in humans. With this basic knowledge, you can now calculate any age of a bearded dragon, whether young or old.

What happens when a bearded dragon is dying?

If your bearded dragon is dying this can be a really difficult time for you and your family. My first experience of a dying bearded dragon was many years ago when one of my bearded dragons suddenly became very lethargic and uninterested in anything.

When does a baby bearded dragon start to walk?

For instance, a newly hatched dragon will start to walk after a few days while a human infant can learn to walk after a year. Human babies will start to eat solid food when they are a few months old, probably six months, while a baby beardie begins to eat insects and veggies after a couple of days.

### Can a bearded dragon be pregnant if there are no males?

This means, that even if your female bearded dragon hasn’t been around any males, she could still be “gravid” AKA pregnant and lay a clutch of infertile eggs. In the weeks leading up to your female laying her eggs, regardless of whether they’re fertile or infertile, she will likely display some specific behaviors.

### What’s the average age of a bearded dragon?

In the wild the average lifespan of a bearded dragon is 3 – 4 years and in captivity the average age is around 8 -10 years. Although some have been known to live to 14+ years.

Why does a bearded dragon get lazy and lethargic?

A bearded dragon acts lazy or lethargic if the temperatures are not adequate enough. Low temperatures can cause a loss of appetite and activity levels can drop. Make sure to use high quality thermometers at each end of the terrarium (one in the basking area and one in the cooler area) so you can monitor temperatures.

What kind of lizard is a bearded dragon?

While this section of the article may not be as useful to seasoned bearded dragon owners, for those with a new addition or looking to add a bearded dragon to their home, a little background is helpful. Officially named Pogonas, or Pogona Vitticeps in Latin, the bearded dragon is a species of lizard commonly kept as a household pet.

## What happens when the temperature of a bearded dragon goes down?

Low temperatures can cause a loss of appetite and activity levels can drop. Make sure to use high quality thermometers at each end of the terrarium (one in the basking area and one in the cooler area) so you can monitor temperatures. For more information on proper temperatures depending on the age of the bearded dragon please read our Care Sheet.

You should absolutely NEVER put an older bearded dragon with a baby one. The older bearded dragon will almost certainly bully the younger one, take over the food, and can even eat the younger pet. This can clearly lead to slower growth, injury, or even death for your new pet.