Lizard waving.

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  1. gando

    gando Not so new Member

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    Hi I have a male in a tank by himself and he's like waving!! What does that mean??


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    He's friendly?
     
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    That it? Lol


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    Arm waving is a submissive gesture! My little guys arm waved at everything while they were settling into their new tank
     
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    He is by him self??


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    He probably thinks his reflection is another lizard.
     
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    That could be true ^^^


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    He's a Ta Ta lizard?
     
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    Meaning?? ^^ lol


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    Meaning the lizard might be waving 'tata' would be my guess?;)

    Try putting a mirror in and see if he waves more as a result of actually seeing himself?
     
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    He is just in head hight of seeing another one in a tank, so maybe seeing them.


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  12. Ambush

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    Could be about to shed. Or Needs more UAV.. Mine was doing the same , went for a swim then shed.
     
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    Nah gets at least 13 hours of uv a day.


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    Maybe the lizard was close to the TV when Mandella's funeral was on and the lizard saw the guy 'signing' beside Obama...... and the lizard thought "if that guy can do it.... so can I?"
     
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    My little guy waves when he can see his own reflection. It's pretty cute imo.
     
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    What about your lizards..... do they wave when they see thier reflections too?
     
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