Which is better a male or female bearded dragon?

Table of contents:

  1. Which is better a male or female bearded dragon?
  2. Are female bearded dragons more active?
  3. Why do bearded dragons poop in their water?
  4. Why is my beardie turning black?
  5. Why is my bearded dragon's stomach turning black?

Which is better a male or female bearded dragon?

Most male bearded dragons are bigger than females and have more personality. Males are more outgoing, and often engage in social engagement more actively. But at the same time, they often become territorial and aggressive during breeding seasons, while females usually remain calm.

Are female bearded dragons more active?

The study shows central bearded dragons (Pogona vitticeps) that are born with male chromosomes, but can lay eggs, have other strange characteristics. Not only, as found previously, do they behave like super females, laying more eggs than standard females, but they are also bolder and more active than males.

Why do bearded dragons poop in their water?

Many bearded dragons prefer to defecate in the water, which is why they often poop in their water bowls. In the wild, bearded dragons get their hydration from their environment, rather than drinking water. A water bowl in your pet's cage is likely to serve as a spot to soak and do its business.

Why is my beardie turning black?

The most common reason bearded dragons turn black is they are cold and trying to warm themselves up. They will also turn black if they are stressed or angry, or sometimes if they are sick. A bearded dragon may also become dark if they are about to shed.

Why is my bearded dragon's stomach turning black?

When a bearded dragon turns black in its beard, it's a sign of stress of exerting dominance. If the bearded dragon is turning black in its belly and skin, it may be a sign of normal temperature regulation, abnormal stress, or improper UVB lighting.