In the wild Bearded Dragons mainly eat animals, they make up about 75% of their diet and can include crickets, cockroaches, worms and even small creatures such as mice. Greens, vegetables, and fruit make up the other 20% to 25% of their diet. Bearded Dragon food and diet
Your Bearded Dragon’s diet should include meat, vegetables, fruit, and greens to replicate what they would eat in the wild.However, as your bearded dragon gets older, you’ll need to reduce the amount of meat he’s eating, as he won’t be getting as much exercise as he used to. Bearded Dragons can eat meat in the form of insects. Bearded Dragons can eat meat such as Crickets, Mealworms, Kingworms, Waxworms, Earthworms, Cockroaches, and locusts. Bearded dragons can also eat a large variety of fruit such as figs, kiwi, melon, apples, mango, papaya, peaches, dates, plums, and apricots. Beardies can also eat vegetables such as broccoli, peas, okra, green beans, courgette, butternut squash, sweet potato and bell peppers. Bearded Dragons also enjoy greens such as collards, kale, clover, parsley, dandelion greens, endive, mustard greens, rocket, and coriander. You will need to prepare some fruit and veg by taking the peel off or cutting it down into bite-sized pieces.

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