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Re: humidity


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Posted by ALanolis on March 13, 2003 at 18:19:09:

In Reply to: Re: humidity posted by gyke on March 12, 2003 at 21:01:05:

Whether or not reptiles get along is often something that cannot be visibly determined. A friend of mine one housed two Anoles with a chameleon. And to be honest, they steered clear of each other. Neither species bothered the other. From a viewer's general perspective, it was placid and ok. After about 2 months the Chameleon died. It was not ill, nor did it have internal parasites. Stress alone killed it, from being housed with the Anoles. Though I must admit, chameleons are the most high strung reptiles in existence. But I shouldn't babble. You're separating them, and you're right, for a very brief period of time it is ok -- unless they transmit parasites to one another. Anoles typically always have them too, being mostly wild caught.

If the new tank for the Anole will soon be home to two, make sure it's at least 20 gallons. If the new Anole you want to get is of the opposite sex, make sure you're prepared to deal with the problems and issues associated with that as well.

Good Luck!

~Anolis



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