Their way of communicating with each other is by head bobbing and waving at each other.
Bearded Dragons (Pogona vitticeps) get their name from the spiny pouch beneath teir jaw that they can inflate to scare off predators.
Males are often slightly larger than females with a larger head in proportion to their bodies, but females are often slightly more heavily set.
They can run on two legs and sleep standing on two legs.
They are very docile and trusting.
Bearded Dragons can regrow their teeth.