Bearded Dragon Lizard meets Rabbit Nose to Nose!

jencrumpyPublished: January 23, 2018Updated: January 25, 201819 views
Published: January 23, 2018Updated: January 25, 2018

Our Bearded Dragon Rango Meets Tex our Bunny Rabbit Nose to Nose.

Rango Doesn't even react to Tex the rabbit sniffing him on the nose, He was too interested in the female lizard Blaze across the room!

Bringing two pets together is always an extremely daunting experience, especially if the little ones are from an entirely different species. Rabbits are often very loving and bright creatures, but that doesn't necessarily mean that they'll get along with every single critter in their vicinity, but these two really don't bother each other.
There are a variety of different predators out there that can be dangerous for Lizards. What they will have to contend with depends on their size, the species, and where they live. Birds are a very common predator of Lizards. Since these creatures enjoy being out in the open to enjoy the sunlight, they are vulnerable to birds because of their excellent vision.
Lizards have a variety of defences that they use to help them get away from predators. For example, many species can break off the end of the tail. This allows the predator to be confused by what remains as they make their escape. Some Lizards can turn the colour of their surroundings for protection. There are some species that are able to squirt blood from their eyes. Only two species are able to release a toxic venom.
Despite of the problems that Lizards have with predators, there doesn’t seem to be a big threat for the overall existence of any of the species. With thousands of them that is a significant sign that Lizards are very adaptable and able to handle the changes going on around them.
Beaded dragon Signs of Stress - Fluffing Their Beard / Bearding – This where the bearded dragon got its name. A bearded dragon will fluff its beard as a threat sign. Obviously, it makes the dragon seem bigger and more threatening, so it can be seen as a sign of aggression. Sometimes a bearded dragon's beard may turn to a darker or even black colour when they are bearding, a males beard will also turn black when they see a female.
Hissing – Bearded dragons may also hiss if they feel threatened. Again, this is another sign of being uncomfortable or a sign of aggression.

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