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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#5 - hillbill
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User avatar #3 - sunnyrain
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hello friend i am here
User avatar #2 - mechanichore
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In case anyone is wondering this is a signal of aggression/territory bounds from males to males, or a mating signal from male to female.
User avatar #4 to #2 - UserLoserable
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No it's not? It's a wave that the bearded dragon gives to it's owner. My beardie never did that until about 2 years after caring for it, every time I enter the room and he sees me, he does a wave, and crawls onto my hand when i put it in the tank to pick him up.
User avatar #7 to #4 - thebigdoor
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HI there I raise Bearded Dragons and yes, Mechanichore is right.
the waving is a sign of submission, and if one female see's another female waiving she may start too, just in case theres a big male around. Bearded Dragon mating looks pretty violent. the Males bob their heads up and down and the females wave, the male picks the one he likes the best and will charge her, jump on her back, bite the spikes on her neck and start shaking her until she waves again and submits
#6 to #2 - anon id: 75371354
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Isn't it a mating calling from a female to a male? Also, at a young age, both male and female do it just to uhh "learn the habit", but eventually only females would do it... I think male bearded dragons nod their heads. Slowly if it's a friendly one, but really head-banging style if aggressive.
#1 - anon id: 0599b80c
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"I'm...I'm gonna touch the butt."