Dragons, as you see them in literature and movies, do not exist. But Komodo dragons are a species of lizard, and those still exist today. Komodo dragons lay eggs to reproduce, so those eggs also still exist.
Komodo dragons lay eggs, so they do not have pregnancies. Their eggs are laid about 5 weeks after they mate. And as science recently discovered, the female komodos can give birth entirely without a male mate - what's called parthenogenesis.
dragon flys lay there eggs in rivers ponds or lakes and then stay there into there babys hatch then fly then the baby get olda then lay eggs it is like a life cycle. Not dragon flys! Stick Insects lay eggs on the biggest leaf they can find
The female bearded dragon lays her eggs anywhere from 4 to 6 weeks after a successful breeding. A female will likely lay eggs whether she has been bred or not. They generally lay their eggs sometime during he spring. Last year my girls laid their eggs late April.
If your female bearded dragon starts scratching and digging constantly around her cage and looks fatter than usual, chances are she is about to lay a clutch of eggs. If she wasn't around a male dragon, it is still possible that she is cycling her eggs and will lay an infertile clutch.