Are you looking for an exotic and captivating addition to your reptile collection? Look no further than the Long's Tree Dragon (Hypsilurus longi)! This species is truly a sight to behold with its vibrant green coloration and unique, elongated body shape. They can grow up to 30cm in length and are known for their arboreal nature, making them excellent climbers and jumpers. They are visually stunning and have exciting behavior - they communicate through head bobs and tail flicks! Imagine owning one of these remarkable creatures - order your Long's Tree Dragon today! With the proper care and attention, the Long's Tree Dragon will thrive in your home and become a beloved family member.
Long's Tree Dragons (Hypsilurus longi) require specific care to thrive in captivity. They need a spacious enclosure with plenty of climbing structures, such as branches and vines. The temperature should be maintained between 78-84°F (25-29°C) during the day and slightly cooler at night. UVB lighting is essential for their health and should be provided 10-12 hours daily. A varied diet of insects, fruits, and vegetables should be offered every day, and supplementation with calcium and vitamin D3 is crucial. Long's Tree Dragons are relatively calm and easy to handle, but care should be taken not to stress or drop them as they can be delicate. Your Long's Tree Dragon will live a long and healthy life in your home with proper care and attention.
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