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                    [post_content] => This is known as their "feeding frequency."  And this is pretty easy to define.  Basically, all bearded dragons will need to be fed daily.  But the question of how much to feed them depends on their age, and their life stage.

A young bearded dragon will need to a diet of about 80% insects and 20% fruits and vegatables.  The fat and protein from the crickets and superworms will ensure the baby bearded dragon gets the proper nutrition to grow large and healthy.

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            [post_content] => This is known as their "feeding frequency."  And this is pretty easy to define.  Basically, all bearded dragons will need to be fed daily.  But the question of how much to feed them depends on their age, and their life stage.

A young bearded dragon will need to a diet of about 80% insects and 20% fruits and vegatables.  The fat and protein from the crickets and superworms will ensure the baby bearded dragon gets the proper nutrition to grow large and healthy.

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