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Re: Agamas


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Posted by Aaron T. on August 21, 1998 at 14:18:24:

In Reply to: Agamas posted by Michelle Riley on July 24, 1998 at 18:51:49:

: I have an agama,and I need to find somone who has one to tell me things about it. If maybe there are some that are vegetarian,maybe someone who can send a picture of what a full grown one looks like. Any help is appreciated.

i have an agama too. It's a red head agama. sorry, i can't send you a picture of it though, my system doesn't have the capability. but it's about 5" long and all red. mine eats crickets, meal worms, and sometimes even the wegu food that i feed to my skink. i'm not sure if they eat veggies. i've never tried feeding them to it. i keep him in a 25 gal. tank with a Schneider's Skink and an African Plated Lizard. they all get along well. i use sand as a substrate (he likes to dig around and sleep under the sand). i also have a cave (he likes to sleep there sometimes too, and its a good hiding spot for him), i also have some rocks under the light bulb for a basking spot and some "hanging gardens" that he sometimes crawls around on. he pretty much seems to enjoy this environment. i hope i've helped you with this info. good luck.


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