I've kept bearded dragons for 8 years now and I'm thinking about getting into water dragons. They seem pretty similar to bearded dragons except they need substantially more room and a good amount of water. My problem is they get big, and pretty much every guide I've read has a different opinion on the minimum size requirements for a water dragon enclosure. One guide says 150cm x 60cm x 60cm for two dragons whereas another says minimum 300cm x 200cm. Most seem to recommend outdoor enclosures but that is out of the question for me as I don't own my own house yet. I was thinking of using a 6ft(183cm) x 2ft(60cm) x 2.5ft(76cm) fish tank to keep a single adult dragon. I'd wall off 1/3 of that for a 30cm deep filtered pool making for a ~115L swimming area. Those of you who keep water dragons, is this big enough? How big are your setups? I don't want to get a water dragon only to have it outgrow its enclosure and become miserable.