The size of your bearded dragon tank setup is an important part of keeping a happy and healthy beardie! Too small and he or she cannot move around and explore (which is a natural part of a lizard's life!). Too large and you may have a difficult time keeping it heated properly.
Here is a table of the size tank you need at every stage of a bearded dragon's life so you can find out the answer to the question "What size tank does a bearded dragon need?"
Baby - up to 10"
Juvenile - 10" to 18"
Mature Adult - 18"+
Senior (7 Yr or Older ) - 18"+
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