Bearded Dragon Turning Black And Not Eating – What To Do Next
Is your bearded dragon turning black and not eating? This article will dive into the reason behind why bearded dragons turn black and lose their appetite.
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Bearded dragons are forever becoming more popular. The reason for becoming so popular is because of their relaxed temperament and ability to be handled regularly. Bearded dragons are a very hardy species. They live is conditions which humans are not cut out for. So they are naturally born survivors. And for this reason they appeal to beginner reptile enthusiasts, as well as veteran reptile owners.
Unfortunately, we know beginner reptile owners get a bit excited, like we all do with new pets. And again like most of us, we don’t do our full research before actually purchasing your new companion. So “Why is my bearded dragon turning black and not eating?” Is a question we hear quite commonly from beginner owners.