Mr.lizard's new home

Discussion in 'Photos & Photography' started by JJ., Aug 11, 2013.

  1. JJ.

    JJ. New Member

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    So here is Mr.lizards new home got the cage the stand the lights the whole thing for 40$ plus cricket food and holders not sure what i'm gonna do with the holders sence i already have my own but more food is always welcome [​IMG]
     
  2. tokaygirl55

    tokaygirl55 New Member

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    wow! that's a pretty good deal! :eek: What kind of lizard is it for?
     
  3. Tim3skimo

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    What reptile do you have? I'm thinking Bearded Dragon or something big-ish :p
     
  4. tokaygirl55

    tokaygirl55 New Member

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    Maybe anoles? It's a pretty tropical looking set up.
     
  5. dogking

    dogking HOTM Winner September

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    Tim3skimo, Although bearded dragons like to climb sometimes, they should be kept in a vivarium with a lot more floor space. A 40g breeder is the minimum you can house an adult beardie in, but they really should be kept in something bigger.
     
  6. tokaygirl55

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    Yeah it's a little tiny for a big lizard.
     
  7. JJ.

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    Its not for anything big because it is only 18X18X18 the beardie lives eles were. Its actually for one bahaman anole he is alone right now but i want to possibly get him a friend. that being asked what can be housed with him other than another anole.
     
  8. tokaygirl55

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    I WAS RIGHT! *evil laugh* >:)
     
  9. StikyPaws312

    StikyPaws312 Moderator

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    Nice set-up :)
    Keeping more than one species is not the easiest or safest thing to do... there are other people that have weighed the pro's and con's in the anole forum if you want to do some research on other people's experiences.
     

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