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Bearded dragons are hierarchical creatures, and they motion with their heads and forelimbs to communicate with other bearded dragons. Bearded dragons are omnivores with stomachs that accept large amounts of food. Their d... More »

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Acquire both a male and a female bearded dragon. Set up the habitat to ensure proper breeding and fertility conditions. Once the eggs are laid, they must be removed and incubated. More »

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It is acceptable to feed bearded dragons broccoli because the bulk of their diet consists of leafy vegetables, non-citrus fruits and occasional insects. An excessive amount of broccoli can be harmful to the bearded drago... More »

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Bearded dragons wave for many different reasons, including showing larger bearded dragons that they are submissive, as a sign of recognition between bearded dragon individuals, a way to assert dominance and a way to inti... More »

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Baby Komodo dragons are called hatchlings. As they grow a bit older, they don't have a special name; they are just referred to as babies. More »

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