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.


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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