Dragon Love "Je t'aime"

Published January 27, 2018 1 Plays $0.01 earned

Rumble Male and Female Bearded Dragons Love each other so much!

Watch how much these bearded dragons Love each other, the female Blaze Bobs her head from her Vivarium wanting the Male bearded dragon's attention, the Big male lizard Rango is So excited he slides across the wooden floor to get to her, looks So funny. They have a loving cuddle at the end!
The unique behaviour's of bearded dragons make them one of the most special Reptile and pet that many people love. It doesn’t matter if it is lively captured in wild or bred in captivity, you may see different types of behaviour's you can observe from them. These are common bearded dragon behaviour's that you may see most of the time.
A better understanding of bearded dragon behaviour may help you in taking care of them because certain behaviour's may carry their language.
Bobbing Head
If you have a bearded dragon as your pet, you may notice that another common type of bearded dragon behaviour would be head-bobbing. This happen more often to male as head-bobbing is a sign of masculine and supremacy to other disrespectful male dragons when they are housed together. Bearded dragon may show this for courtship to female dragons.

Arm waving
As compared to the bearded dragon’s behaviour of head-bobbing, arm waving is the opposite sign. It is shown by subordinate male dragon, females and juveniles as obedience to the more dominant dragon. The posture is shown as they will lift one of its forehands and wave while stand on its legs and a hand. If you’re breeding your bearded dragon, and notice the female dragon is waving its arm. It might be a sign the female is rejecting the male’s courtship.

Tail curbing
This is the sign of alertness that shown by adult bearded dragons. This is a posture that they will bend their tail toward their body or head. This means that the bearded dragon is staying attentive and it’s a sign of healthy dragon.