Molting is a normal physiological process.
Don’t keep paying attention.
Both adults and juveniles molt regularly.
Adults generally molt every two or three months.
Larvae molt once every 15-30 days.
The molting time varies from a few days to ten days.
The molting of the bearded dragon lizard is irregular.
Some will molt from the head,
Some molt from the limbs, from the body, or the tail.
You can refer to the growth rate of the maned dragon lizard,
See if your bearded dragon is growing normally,
You can record it.
The bearded dragon lizard grows about 4 centimeters a month.
If it is 2 cm long,
It’s normal, don’t worry.
Some slower-growing bearded dragons,
Maybe less than 4 cm in 3 months,
It can be called a dead seed,
After adulthood, it will be slightly smaller than regular maned dragon lizards.
It is also not a big problem.
When the bearded dragon lizard sheds its skin,
If the skin does not clear for a long time,
mold may grow,
Just black dots.
You can give it a bubble bath,
encourage it to shed its skin.
If the bearded dragon lizard has a skin disease,
So it looks hideous,
Skin diseases are complicated to treat.
Therefore, to maintain a dry breeding environment,
It is easy to get skin diseases.
If you put a basin,
It is often soaked in water all day,
prone to skin diseases,
If it regularly overturns the water in the bay,
At this time, take the water basin away.
The maned dragon lizard has relatively little water demand.
Especially the big-maned lion.