Before I start, what I am going to say as care is what I thought the care is through research. I will need a person who either has a water dragon (eastern or Gippsland) to fact check this thread and respond to me anything I missed and also any mistakes I made. Here we go: TEMPERATURES: Basking: 30-33c Cooler end 20-25c (monitored by thermometer and thermostat) UV: 10.0 tube or compact bulb (in reflector) near basking spot (as they associate heat with light) Natural sunlight is best. ENCLOSURE Minimum: 4'(W)x3'(D)x3'(H) Ideal: 6'(W)x3'(D)x4'(H) (size in ft) HABITAT REQUIREMENTS: 2 reasonably sized hides in different areas of enclosure (1 warm, 1 cool) Basking spot (rock or branch) Large water bowl (that allows soaking at minimum), easy to escape to prevent drowning Climbing elements deep-dish substrate. DIET: Many vegetables Live feeders (crickets, mealworms, Dubiah roaches) Lean meat (occasional fuzzy or pinky) (essentially what a beardie can eat) --- Automatic Post Merged, Jan 10, 2020, Original Post Date: Jan 9, 2020 --- is this care accurate?