Special needs beardie?

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Special needs beardie?

Postby Aaradimian » Sun Feb 09, 2020 1:50 pm

Hi all,

So, "Otto the Silly" just saw the copy of the Beautiful Bearded Dragons calender I got my wife for Christmas... and promptly black bearded and started head bobbing at the Feb cover models. In the spirt of today's bubble-wrap-the-world zeitgeist, may I suggest to the fine folks who put this calendar together that they remember the sensitive lizards among us and please put a trigger warning on page 1 so that concerned beardie parents everywhere can protect their fragile little bundles of joy from the harsh realities of... reality. Thank you.

:lol:

P.S. To keep this thread going, what is the silliest thing your beardie has ever black bearded or bobbed to?
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Re: Special needs beardie?

Postby MrSpectrum » Mon Feb 10, 2020 7:31 am

I wonder if he can tell if the BDs in the pictures are M or F... :?:
I've read they can (allegedly) tell by sight in the wild w/o benefit of pheromones or stereoscopic vision, but it stumps me how.

I haven't seen ZaRDoZ head-bob yet, but he's still a little young(?) at 5 months. He tries to beard, but it just won't turn black (just a little gray & orange band across the bottom), so I don't know if he's defective or what... :?

He seems curious about Ol' Furface, but hasn't reacted, which surprises me a tad... :?
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