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Why Do Bearded Dragons Turn Black

Why Do Bearded Dragons Turn Black?

Do you wonder why bearded dragons turn black? This reptilian omnivore can grow from 18 to 22 inches in a span between 4-10 years, weighing around 10-18 ounces. They usually live on tree branches, bushes, and/or near human habitats. And because they tend to be inquisitive, gentle, and active during most of the day, they have become one of the most popular reptiles turned to pets. There might be several factors why a Bearded Dragon …

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why do bunnies thump

Why Do Bunnies Thump Their Feet?

When bunnies sense danger that they smelt, heard, or seen, they would thump the back foot is a natural rabbit reaction. Rabbits stand on all fours, sometimes on tiptoe, with their ears alert, then lift and thump their rear feet to warn other rabbits in the warren that there is danger. Some rabbits will thump one of their hind feet on the ground, while others will thump both of their hind feet at the same …

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Why Do Cats Chew on Cardboards

Dangerously Cute: Why Do Cats Chew on Cardboards?

Cats are one of the cleanest pets available. They spend enough time grooming themselves by cleaning their coats with their tongues. They enjoy playing in general, especially kittens. Likewise, they have also been observed fighting with other cats and humans. Cats enjoy being around and chewing cardboard, which is something that cat owners have noticed. Because cats prefer enclosed spaces, you may find your cat curled up inside a cardboard box, happy. Cats chew on …

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why do cats roll in dirt

Understanding Your Pet’s Behavior: Why Do Cats Roll In Dirt?

A cat’s behavior has always been a puzzle to cat owners for many years. Why do they do this? Why do they do that? And everything in between. But nothing, probably, is more baffling than when they start to drop to the ground and roll on dirt in front of you. You know, just stop, drop, and roll? And especially after a serious grooming session! But why do cats roll in the dirt? What is …

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why do sugar gliders bark

Communication is the Key: Why Do Sugar Gliders Bark?

If you are not a typical pet owner, probably you would want to own a sugar glider. While others go for dogs or cats for a domesticated pet, you want these small, omnivorous, and nocturnal animals instead. Sugar gliders belong to the family of marsupial mammals. Like the kangaroos, who are their distant cousins, they carry their babies on their little pouches. Sugar gliders make vocalizations that sound like they bark like dogs, but in …

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why do we have ants in the bathroom

Ways to Get Rid of Ants In Our Bathroom

Although we understand that insects are part of the ecosystem that supports our existence on earth, their importance is sometimes hard to see. Most of us may not appreciate them. We may see them as pests but insects play various importance in our lives. But while others are obviously helpful like the bees and butterflies who help in the pollination of plants and flowers. They are the most common insects we see and appreciate. How …

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why do scorpions like beds

Keeping Scorpions Away From Your Beds

Scorpions are predatory arachnids that swarm silently around any dry corner of the house. They can be identified as having eight legs with a pair of grasping pincers. Having a distinctive narrow, often curved, segmented tail, it originally hails from deserts. Except for Antarctica, they can now be found in almost all continents. They were once feared because of the poison their tails bring. But in our modern times, they are kept as pets. Some …

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why do rabbits eat their babies

Not For the Faint-Hearted: Why Do Rabbits Eat Their Babies?

This might sound gruesome to some so this may not be for the faint-hearted. It is a fact, after all, that these fuzzy cuties have a dark side. This is ironic considering rabbits are in fact herbivores. What could be the reason behind rabbits who eat their babies? Since they don’t have a natural motherly instinct, a young and new mother might decide to devour her litter. This is to avoid nursing them into adulthood. …

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why do dogs love belly rubs

Loving Owners Understand: Why Do Dogs Like Belly Rubs?

Animals have emotions and they display affection differently. Most animals utilize touch and body language as their means of communication. Love, care, and kindness can be shown thru touch. Dogs may display different behaviors to get their owner’s attention. If you are a dog owner, you probably are aware that dogs love belly rubs? For animals, touch on faces or the underside of their necks is a way to show affection. To correct or to …

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why do dogs follow you into the bathroom

Velcro Dogs: Why They Follow You Everywhere You Go

Dogs are amazing pets that owners have a special connection with going back hundreds of years. They are called man’s best friend. A dog is ready to face danger for its master, no matter what the consequences are. Dogs are also excellent with children and they make fantastic playmates. They follow you around and want to be always close by. Dogs follow you even to the bathroom. Having a dog automatically means you have a …

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