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Could A Chinese Water Dragon Live In This?

Discussion in 'Water Dragons' started by Zyrendra, Mar 15, 2017.

  1. Zyrendra

    Zyrendra New Member

    I have an old gun cabinet and the insides measure 25"L x 12"W x 57"H (I could possibly add several inches to the hight.) Is that to small for a 1 1/2 year old chinese water dragon?
     


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  3. Jay1718

    Jay1718 Established Member

    I believe that will be much too small. The minimum for a baby would be a 35 gallon tank.
    An adult will need a 6 ft T, 3 to 4 ft W, 5 to 6ft L
    But bigger is always better
     
  4. Darkbird

    Darkbird Subscribed User Premium Member

    Not even close to big enough, needs to have a lot more floor area. Most of the good setups I see are in the neighborhood of 6' long.
     
  5. Jsilverback64

    Jsilverback64 Well-Known Member

    Giant day gecko. Green anolis. Smaller arboreal lizards. All would go OK. But anything that gets bigger than about 9 inches long will be too big for that.
     

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