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"My female bearded dragon is 3 months old and is getting bigger by the minute; she eats shredded sweet potatoes, crickets and meal worms. My question is why is her poop so big? I was looking at other bearded dragons and there were no large poops in the tank. I have two in the same tank and they both take very large poops. Are they sick? Poop is dark, green and white...kind of gross but with pets this is always the best indicator. New at this need some answers."
"Lisa Sanchez"

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