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I'm not sure what else eats Anoles..


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Posted by shannons on May 07, 2003 at 20:45:55:

In Reply to: Our Golom coud probably do just fine.. posted by tth_lee on May 06, 2003 at 22:29:57:

but I buy them as feeders so something does. Monitors maybe? I just co-house them, feed both bugs, and every few weeks - no anole. (She is in the classroom and is alone at night so I never see her out and about, much less hunting) I can see that she has doubled in size and she leaves the tail, which I've always assumed the anole lost in the chase. A few days later, she digests 'em and goes back to eating bugs.




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