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    Lizard See, Lizard Do: Polite Reptile Returns a Greeting

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    This observant reptile displays a surprising level of politeness when it actually waves back at its owner.

    While the exact meaning of this gesture remains unclear, bearded dragons apparently perform it as a sign of submission in the presence of a larger creature.

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