are you sure he is not a she
Squishy, would scratch on the tile, cause there was some calcium left from the greens, and he try to eat it. -_-
Pebbles done it once, I don't know if they are bored, or they miss their sand :lol: :lol: :lol:
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LOL im wondering that myself. Well its hard to tell the sex when they are very young. Just seems to be a male but never know. I guess in a little bit more time will tell if its really a male or perhaps a female :lol: Yeah maybe they are bored or like what the heck mom, greens, veggies/salad. I want the good stuff, feed me the proteins not the salad! :lol: :roll:
hopefully once your dragon gets a little bigger, you will be able to tell
a long time ago there was these weird bearded creatures, they live in a sandy/dirt environment, but one day, theses bearded creatures grew wings, and start to fly to catch the bugs that fly. An explorer saw these creatures and begin to study them. he saw that they do most wonders. he called them bearded dragons! he took it home, and see it trying to scratch the sand, he knew what it means. BABIES!
Okay, I am done making stories. back to the topic. they are bearded dragons are unpredictable. you just never know what they are doing, when you turn your back for one second.
thats why i want to mount a camera on my tank to see what they do while I am work XDDD :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
I hope so haha :lol:
Nice story... yeah sometimes i feel like mine thinks he or she can fly and then lands, flares up the beard. Pretty funny. I am like you really think you are a dragon huh... breathe fire, fly... mhmmmm! That would be cool to mount a camera inside of the enclosure. Maybe a couple to get some different angles. Hmm.. interesting thought
I have questions about bubbles on our bearded dragons eye.
So he’s gotten bubbles on his eye. We wiped them off and it’s only been twice in the last few weeks. Should we be concerned? No coughing or congestion. He’s very hungry and sleeps well. He’s 8-9 month range. His humidity is 30-40 day time and as high as 50-55 at night to early morning.
Should we be concerned?