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    Default Try to breed with my U.milii (video)


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    Dear forum members,

    This year I want to breed with my couple Underwoodisaurus Milii.
    It's my first time, so I have no experience with the behavior during the breeding.

    Last night I put the male for 40 minutes at the female, and then separated them again.
    The male showed interest in my idea (chased her and bit her tail), but the female ran away and "barked" almost constantly.

    I filmed it and I hope you guys can tell me if this is normal behavior, and I it just takes a little longer. Or that the female clearly shows she is still not ready for it?

    It is filmed in the dark, so excuse the quality. Thank you!

    Underwoodisaurus Milii Put the male and female together - YouTube
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    Thanks for that great video.

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    Thanks!

    I have put them back together, but they don't seems to be interested in each other.
    How can I change this? And how do I know if they have breed at night or not?
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    Wait for a week, then put the female in the male's enclosure.

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    thanks for your advise, that's a good idea I think.
    1.1 Underwoodisaurus Milii

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