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Q: Why do 2 female bearded dragons fight?
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Why would your two female bearded dragons fight?

Bearded Dragons are very territorial creatures. In the wild the only time you'll find 2 beardies together is if their mating. You should never house 2 beardies together as they will fight with one another. For mating put the male and female together and as soon as the mating session is over remove one from the tank.


Can 2 female bearded dragons go together?

Yes


Do bearded dragons menstruate?

Yes.Bearded dragons menstruate because when they give birth,blood comes out.That's the reason why bearded dragons menstruate. "Did you know facts" ---- 1.All female bearded dragons are the only animals that menstruate. ---- 2.They are the only dragons that cannot fly. ---- 3.They are the biggest dragons in some parts of the world.


Can you put 2 bearded dragons in the same tank?

no, don't try it they will probaly fight


Can female bearded dragons lay eggs without a mate?

yes, my beardie had 2 babies, but there was no male beardie in there


Why are your bearded dragons fighting?

u probably have 2 males if u put 2 males in the same cage, ur in for trouble. they fight. o also never put a male and a female in the same cage, they'll get aggressive with u.


What size tank can two grown bearded dragons live in?

about 1 1/2 square feet and if there are 2 males and 1 female the 2 males will fight to the death. just 2 males are uncertain. and if there is a male and female that don't like each other separate them. PS lizards are hard to take care of.


Does a bearded dragon have 3 eyes?

Yes actually they do. They have the two as if they see out of and they have some thing called and I in the middle of their head whi


How long is a bearded dragons gestaration period?

The reason this question has no definite answer is because female bearded dragons are able to store sperm, and they will release it to fertilize the eggs internally when conditions are right for them. In other words, their gestation period is however long the female wants it to be, up to a full year, or as little as a month and a half to 2 months.


How old does the bearded dragon have to be to have babies?

the bearded dragons should be about 2 years old


How can you tell what kind of bearded dragon you have?

you really cant tell if a bearded dragon is a female or male until theyre approximatley 2 years old... if between their legs in bumpy its a male i think.. if its smooth, its a female.. inm not for sure but if you buy the book on bearded dragons at petsmart, it gives you lots of info. about these creatures.. You can also just ask an employee


How do bearded dragons produce?

== == Beardies mate then the male leaves.The female is gravid for 2-3 weeks then she lays one of many clutches during the breeding season.


How big do bearded dragons get?

Bearded DragonsEastern Bearded Dragons (the most common type of bearded dragon) can grow to 55cm total length. Western Bearded Dragon - 40cm.Nullabor Bearded Dragon - 34cmBlack Soil Bearded Dragon - 25cm.Yeah, those are basically the sizes, but at 2 years, they're already 14 inches!


Is it good to have 2 baby bearded dragons in a cage together?

Dragons are mythical creatures. Depending on different authors and directors, dragons and other mythical creatures are always different. Okay obviously that isn't a helpful answer, so I will move it to bearded dragons for you.


Your bearded dragon keeps waving?

There are 2 types of bearded dragons. Submissive dragons and dominant dragons. When your BD waves it's arm it's being submissive. When it bobs it's head up and down it's being dominant.


Are bearded dragons solitary?

Yes. You don't put 2 in the same tank


Are bearded dragons 2 feet including tail?

no...much much smaller


Can 2 bearded dragons go together?

Yes, most definitely. However, some individuals may not get along with each other, and huge bearded dragons might try to eat very small infants.


Can you put two bearded dragons in a 55 gallon tank?

No you should not 2 bearded dragons should be put in at least a 75 gallon tank. You could put them in a 55 gallon tank but they would be extremely stressed out.


I am getting 2 or 3 bearded dragons in about a week and I read that you should leave them for about a week after you get them before you handle them is this really nesasary?

I have never heard that before. Click on "Handling bearded dragons" under related links below.


Do bearded Dragons like black crickets?

yes they do but not 2 much that could possin them


Is anyone looking for 2 bearded dragons?

I'm looking for one if they can bear to be parted


How many feet long do bearded dragons get?

About 2 1/4 feet long


What does it mean when your bearded dragon bobs her head?

There are 2 kinds of Bearded Dragons, dominant dragons and submissive dragons. There are 2 ways these dragons show what they are, a dominant dragon will bob it's head like it is nodding and a submissive dragon will wave it's arms. So if your beardie is bobbing it's head that means it's showing it's dominance.


Lizard species on nim's island?

Bearded dragon is a unique reptile that is very suitable to adopt as pet. By understanding this animal in the wild and its origin, it is beneficial as a pet owner. After knowing its background, taking care of bearded dragons is much easier as vivarium habitat may be easily mimicked as close as possible to the natural environment. If you knowing your bearded dragon's behavior, you are better in handling this pet. This reptile is one of the family members of Agamidae, named Pogona in scientific term. The origin places of the dragons are from Australia. They can be found in the mainland of the Australia or near the coastal areas. The common bearded dragons that can be found in the pet shops today mostly are inland bearded dragon or sometimes known as central bearded dragon. They are named as such due to their natural habitat in the wild where they can be found; in central or mainland of Australia. There is another type of bearded dragon where they natural habitat is near the coastal area. They are better known as coastal bearded dragon. They used to be very popular in the pet community but getting lesser now. Other than 2 of these popular dragons, less common types of bearded dragons are Rankins and Vittikins. These are the reptiles which is quite hard to find in the pet shops. All of these reptiles are quite similar, but may be slightly different in size or their colors. They can be categorized as mid-size pet dragon. Male can grow up to about 24 inches long, and female is about 20 inches. Their tail is about half of the body length. The bearded dragons have rough skin on the back and side of the body but soft along the belly part. The lifespan of the bearded dragons is about 7 years or more. Due to the strict rules of int This reptile is one of the family members of Agamidae, named Pogona in scientific term. The origin places of the dragons are from Australia. They can be found in the mainland of the Australia or near the coastal areas. The common bearded dragons that can be found in the pet shops today mostly are inland bearded dragon or sometimes known as central bearded dragon. They are named as such due to their natural habitat in the wild where they can be found; in central or mainland of Australia. There is another type of bearded dragon where they natural habitat is near the coastal area. They are better known as coastal bearded dragon. They used to be very popular in the pet community but getting lesser now. Other than 2 of these popular dragons, less common types of bearded dragons are Rankins and Vittikins. These are the reptiles which is quite hard to find in the pet shops. All of these reptiles are quite similar, but may be slightly different in size or their colors. They can be categorized as mid-size pet dragon. Male can grow up to about 24 inches long, and female is about 20 inches. Their tail is about half of the body length. The bearded dragons have rough skin on the back and side of the body but soft along the belly part. The lifespan of the bearded dragons is about 7 years or more. Due to the strict rules of international pet trading, most of the bearded dragons found in United States and United Kingdom are captive bred locally. Most of the time, the bearded dragons that are on sale in pet shops today are mainly inland or central dragons where most of the hobbyist may find.