Jane is an avid birder and nature enthusiast, whose deep love for travel, camping and exploring the natural world knows no bounds. Assisted by her nature-loving husband, Rob, a skilled photographer, they form a dynamic duo dedicated to visiting remote and breathtaking landscapes. With their camera lenses as their creative instruments, they capture the beauty of birds and wildlife, all while advocating tirelessly for conservation.

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  1. blank Marieta says:

    Does the rock agama rear its own babies? I have a pair in my garden. I saw them together with three small ones the other day.
    Greetings from Namibia
    Marieta Schwacke

    • blank Jane says:

      Hi Marieta
      I tried to find the answer to your question but there is no reference to that and I can’t help you with my scant knowledge. This is what it says about reproduction :
      “Two clutches of 7-18 oval, soft-shelled eggs are laid in a shallow hole dug in damp soil, the first clutch during October-November and the second in January-February. Incubation takes 2-3 months.”
      Presumably the babies are able to look after themselves once they hatch.
      Anyone else have any information to offer on this????

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