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Posted by C. Elmer on April 25, 2003 at 11:39:03:

In Reply to: Empty tank 2 posted by paulstephen on April 24, 2003 at 18:08:37:

Mountain horned dragons? They're cool little insectivores, arboreal in nature. Get around 10" long when full grown, I believe, and are quite personable as well. That cage would fit one or a couple of them perfectly. A friend of mine breeds them. Here's a link to his webpage:

http://www.spitfirereptiles.com/dragon.html

Very cute with just a little pair of "horns" above eache eye. Also, they don't require high temps. because they're a montane species, generally the low 80's is as high as you'd want to go with these guys.

-Christian-


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