When you get your first lizard, make sure that you house it in a tank with enough space for your pet to move around and grow. Some breeders will opt getting two tanks for their pets. A small tank while the lizard is still a hatchling and another one when the pet lizard has become an adult. There is nothing wrong with this but it's a waste of money. Instead of getting two housings, just get one that will be enough to house an adult lizard. This way, you don;t have to transfer your pet from one housing to another.
Your very first consideration should be your ability to own and raise a complicated animal for a pet. If you think you can't handle owning one, then it would be best not to, but if you are insistent, then get those that are more manageable and will not give you too much trouble.
You would think that geckos have suction cups on their feet because they can walk up walls and the sides of glass aquarium tanks. But there are no suction cups. Instead, they have microscopic hairs on the pads of their feet that can fit into the smallest openings, even those a human can't see. Their toes bend the opposite direction of a human's finger. The exception to the pads is the Leopard Gecko, which has claws instead. This makes it easier for it to climb the sides of trees.
Perhaps the most interesting of these lizards is Kuhl's Flying Gecko that is found in Asia. It is built to glide through the air and appear as though it is flying. It is able to do this because it has flaps on both sides of the body, as well as webbed feet and broad, flat tail. It will jump out of trees and glide to the ground.
Handle your dragon daily. This will develop their trust towards humans and build their bond with you. Just make sure that you are gentle in handling them and that you never pick them up them up with their tail. They dislike this and will make them thrash about, which is harmful for your baby dragon. You may choose to scoop them up with your cupped hands.
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