As the reptile-keeping hobby has grown, keepers and breeders have sought species that thrive best in the captive habitat. Bearded Dragons are one of the best examples of this. Beautiful, tame and interesting, bearded dragons certainly draw a considerable amount of interest from reptile enthusiasts, but it is their moderate size, hardy nature and generalist feeding habits that make them so well-suited for captivity. However, bearded dragons do require habitats and husbandry regimens that satisfy their needs. Accordingly, it is imperative that would-be bearded dragon keepers learn as much as possible about these remarkable lizards, to ensure their pet enjoys the highest quality of life possible. The author, Ben Team, is an environmental educator and author with over 16 years of professional reptile-keeping experience. Ben currently maintains www.FootstepsInTheForest.com, where he shares information, narration and observations of the natural world. When not writing about plants, animals and habitats, Ben enjoys spending time with his beautiful wife. Covered in this book: - Acquiring - Anatomy - Behavior - Biology - Breeding - Captive considerations - Daily care - Description - Diet - Ecology - Enclosure - Health - Husbandry - Interacting - Lighting - Maintenance - Monitoring - Myths and Misunderstandings - Taxonomy - The ideal environment .... and much more.