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    Bioactive enclosures for beardies?

    Hi All,

    I've been reading about bio active vivariums and am really intrigued by the idea of a self maintaining tank that is also mimics the dragons natural environment.

    However, I've heard that bioactive enclosures are more suited to rain forest species and may not be suitable for a dragon.

    What are you thoughts on this kind of set-up? Has anyone tried to set-up a dry/desert bioactive enclosure for their dragons?

    Thanks

    Em

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    Hey Em,unfortunately bio-active doesn't work for beardies.You are correct in thinking they are better suited to rain forest type critters as they need moisture to work.Beardies come from very dry areas.
    Good to see you are thinking though.
    Cheers Rick
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