No just my own care, based on observation of these over the years. The problem with these guys is as they are inexpensive many people don’t seem to give them the correct care They need much better UV, supplements, heat and humidity than people generally give them.
A lot of people think it’s cute when they put these guys on their backs or see these guys floating upside down in water
If your water dragon does this…it’s not great! Healthy lizards don’t do this at all. Then there’s the MBD issue with these guys. It seems people either don’t provide them with decent UV or keep in an arboreal enclosure where the dragon cannot get up high enough to get the rays below the UV. I have therefor gone for a wide but tall viv with MVB and Arcadia T5 too. I am using the Arcadia supplement regime that I harp on about. Sadly the last thing is the smashed up noses, often leading to mouthrot. Due to the higher humidity needed a lot of people opt for glass housing. TBH it doesn’t hold heat in, but the issue is these guys don’t understand the invisible boundaries…They run when babies and juveniles and SMASH!!! Wooden vivariums work so much better…as does heavily cluttering the vivarium with plants and sticks. People care more about seeing the lizard than letting it hide more and making it feel more comfortable being hidden by decor. They get a really bad level of care on the whole