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- Seven days to test koalas for killer disease too much to bear
- Twig-mimicking caterpillars change their color depending on the background
- Exotics vets treat 61-year-old tortoise for bladder stones
- Will powerful owls give two hoots for ‘LEGO’ prosthetic nest box?
Main Topic: Dental Disease in Bearded Dragons
Yes, lizards can get dental disease. In fact, dental disease is common in Bearded Dragons – hence this main topic!
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