Can a Rankin dragon live with a bearded dragon?

I would say no, the rankins would be smaller than the beardie so you could have problems with dominance/bullying. It isn’t advised to keep dragons of different sizes together. Also, they are solitary and do not need or want company. If he’s buying a beardie he will need to buy a separate vivarium for it.

Can Rankin dragons Eat blueberries?

Though they may try to eat meat and fruit these can cause stomach upset and are not an essential part of the dragons diet so we would advise you avoid them.

What do Rankin dragons need?

Rankins Dragons require a large environment of at least 4 x 2 x 2ft though larger is better to encourage more activity. This should provide them with a good heat gradient, with temperatures of 40-42C at one end and around 25C at the other end. During the night these temperatures can drop to as low as 15C.

How long do Rankin dragons live?

six to eight years
P. henrylawsoni has a life span of six to eight years, and its natural environment is hot, dry, and rocky, which must be mimicked in captivity. The Rankins dragon requires a minimum of 15 gallons and a hide, as well as multiple places to climb.

What fruit can Rankins dragons eat?

I haven’t had a lot of success with fruit with a Rankins dragon but common ones used are strawberry, mango and banana. One way of getting veg. into a more obstinate Rankins dragon is to feed the veg. to the insects. Whatever they eat, your Rankins dragon is eating.

Do Rankin dragons like to be stroked?

‘ After all, it’s not always obvious like it is with a dog or a cat. In our vast experience owning and dealing with bearded dragons, they do enjoy being petted as long as they’re properly socialized to being handled. It may be that bearded dragons learn to tolerate being petted rather than actively loving it.

What kind of Dragon is in Rankin and bass?

The Rankin’s dragon ( Pogona henrylawsoni) is a familiar-looking lizard that goes by many different names. Depending on where you are in the world, you might see these reptiles being called Lawson’s dragon, dumpy dragon, dwarf bearded dragon, or black soil bearded dragon.

What’s the difference between a bearded dragon and a Rankins Dragon?

Rankin’s dragons are frequently misidentified as bearded dragons. At first glance, it’s hard to tell the difference. But, closer inspection reveals some major distinctions. The biggest difference between these two species is size. Rankin’s dragons are several inches smaller than a Bearded dragon.

Where can you find a Rankins Dragon in Australia?

Natural History. Rankins dragons are naturally found throughout the hot dry areas of Queensland Australia. It has only been a defined species since the 1980’s and is known as a subspecies of the very popular bearded dragon.

What’s the average life span of a Rankin’s Dragon?

The average lifespan of a healthy Rankin’s dragon is between six and ten years. Some owners have reported these lizards living up to 15 years. But, that’s quite rare.

How often do Rankin dragons eat?

3 times a week
An adult Rankins Dragon will only need live food offering 3 times a week, compared to a baby having live food feedings each day. All feeding should incorporate a good calcium powder, and vitamin powder such as Nutrobal in the relevant supplement regime to make sure your dragon gets everything required in its diet.