2 + half months old
At first we thought these 2 were slightly ... odd. Turns out Stacking is a natural position for dragons. In the wild, they can stack up to 6 high, looking out for preditors. Only trouble: they all look in the same direction!
The one at the bottom is the lucky one - safest from preditors, but also aborbes the heat from the top one. Dragon's bellies don't absorbe that much heat (protecting them from sun-hot rocks in the wild) but their backs absorbe the heat.