I adopted my green anole a little less than a year ago. Because he was adopted I can not give his age, but he is full size. We have a 10 gallon terrarium for him. He has a basking light and heating light during the day, and at night he has a black heating lamp. I mist his cage three times a day and he has a water dish. When I first got him, he was very stressed and he avoided eating and was brown all the time. After a week he calmed down and remained a vibrant green. I started feeding him meal worms and crickets. He never seemed to eat the crickets and would only eat a meal worm approximately one every two days. My anole has not eaten in over a month. I have a meal worm in there for him that I will change every couple of days. I tried adding a cricket but he didn't seem to budge on that either. During the day he is a brown color but at night he will turn bright green. After a week of not eating he seemed to start shedding, but just his nose. There was a white layer of (skin?) covering his nose and eyes but he eventually shed it after another week to two weeks. There is still some remaining over his eyes. I thought maybe he can't see so I tried putting food right in front of his mouth but he wasn't tempted. After two weeks of not eating, I thought he could be constipated since he has only eaten meal worms. I put him in a warm bath but he didn't like it much. We had him out of the cage for about half an hour while I deeply cleaned his cage. During this time he didn't move much. Previously he was fast like an anole should be. He is now very thin, approximately the size of a pencil. I tried to include as much information as I can. I have asked people at my local pet store and they don't seem to know much so this is my last resort to try to save him. Any input is appreciated! Thanks!