Average Lifespan of a Bearded Dragon?

What is the average life span of a captive bearded dragon?

A well-kept pet Bearded Dragon lives for eight to twelve years. Bearded Dragons in captivity do not face the risk of predation.

What is the longest living bearded dragon?

The oldest bearded dragon ever was ‘Sebastian’ (UK, b. 01 June 1997), who died at the old age of 18 years, 237 days on 24 January 2016. He was owned by Lee-Anne Burgess (UK) of Middlesex, UK.

Do bearded dragons get lonely?

They don’t need to form bonds because they are so well adapted for survival alone. So the answer to this question, in short, is “absolutely not.” Your bearded dragon isn’t lonely, and totally loves being the center of your attention, and his heat lamp.

Are bearded dragons hard to keep alive?

If you are interested in getting a reptile as a pet, bearded dragons are hard to beat. These charismatic lizards from Down Under are friendly and relatively easy to care for. They grow up to two feet in length and can live up to 15 years.