How often do bearded dragons breed?


Bearded dragons mate many times once they have reached maturity, this can be as early as at eight months of age. The male and female dragons should not be kept together if the female is not pregnant with eggs as this will result in copulation. They usually have clutches of eggs and each clutch can have around twenty to thirty eggs. A bearded dragon is a species of agamid lizard that is mostly found in Australia but is most commonly kept as a pet.
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