Beardies can see each other from across the room.

Discussion in 'Bearded Dragons' started by Faeze, Jan 4, 2014.

  1. Faeze

    Faeze New Member

    So, my little guy got upgraded to a 40 gallon yesterday. Because of the size of the tank, I had to move his home up to a room where I house an older beardie.

    Despite being on completely different sides of the room, my little guy is black bearded and constantly bobbing. Likewise, the old lady is waving at him.

    I'm wondering if having them both in sight of each other is going to stress them out? Are these behaviors okay for them to continue? And might they get used to one another in a bit of time?

    Thanks in advance!

    JEFFREH Administrator

  3. Godzillagecko

    Godzillagecko Member

    If one is a male and one is a female as you stated he's trying to impress her and court her with head bobbing movements. I doubt it will stress them. Its all part of the mating ritual. He's basically saying "Hey baby how about you and me...::wink wink::" and she's probably saying "TAKE ME!"..If they are eating and pooping fine than they are fine. I have a friend who has a male and female and they do it all the time. Even after he covered the cage. Pheromones travel.

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