Pogona Vitticeps

Baardagaam/Bearded Dragon



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Bearde Dragon: Reproduction in the wild

Reproduction in the wild

Search the bearded dragons In the few seasons each other when they encounter a cat on. of another sex (potential partner) they start to make the Court each other. Especially the male begins his head shaking and waving the females especially. The male can set up his black spiny beard and blows his body full of air during foreplay. He runs small circles on the front of the female and hover every now and then with his paws. Every now and then the mouth wide open. The female will through the waving with her front legs show that she wants couples. If they don't want to, since they determine all eggs wears off, she will be a persistent male have to bite.

After mating the females lay about 45 to 60 eggs. These eggs are laid in early October in an underground nest. The female then digs a kind of tunnel which they largely disappears under the ground. The eggs are buried under the ground there safely. There are per clutch gem. so recommended n 20 eggs deposited.

After about 89-96 days come the boy at a temperature of about 26 ° c. The boy stand is right only for. They have to crawl under the sand from under its own power. As soon as they appear, they are equal must be unprotected from the predators that lurk. So the barbules are independent from birth and go looking for food and a shelter.

Many will fall prey to and it does not pick up, but there will be some survive. The female lays several clutches are also often in multiple places to increase the survival of her offspring. 




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