A single adult should have a minimum of a 60 gallon tank. Males should not be housed together, but multiple females or a pair could be housed in a gallon tank. Water Dragons prefer a vertically oriented enclosure with plenty of climbing space. Provide a variety of branches in vertical and horizontal positions. Large adult Water Dragons will appear confident and friendly however they should not be approached as they have very sharp claws and can deliver a serious bite. Fossils description Fossils belonging to the genus Physignathus and resembling extant Water Dragons have been discovered in Miocene deposits in Riversleigh, Queensland, indicating that this genus has .
- Adult Water Dragons can be territorial and should be housed separately. Do not house different reptile species together. - Diurnal - Awake during the day, sleep at night - Environment: Arboreal - Diet: Omnivorous - Max Size: 36 inches - Lifespan: years; Care Sheet/5(10).