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Posted by Daniel on July 27, 2002 at 12:39:37:
In Reply to: Re: Red eye tree frog with baby frills???? posted by ManicDVLN on July 26, 2002 at 23:37:24:
From my understanding, there's not really any reptiles that really co-exist well in captivity. However, there is a difference if you have a large outside enclosure, like Bert Langerwerf for example. But in a smaller enclosure it's usually not a good idea.
Many people say frilleds and some other reptiles live in the same area in the wild. They do, but they still have a large area enough to roam where they don't bump in to each other all the time, like they would in a terrarium.
I might be wrong on this one, but I doubt any reptiles actually are social animals. I don't see much benifit in being social, like ants or wolfs that actually benefit from each other.
For me, it's enough for my frilled dragon to see my beardie, and he get extremely pissed off. But then again, my frilled seem to be a little bit more aggressive than normal.
But to shortly summarize your question:
"So there is no amphibian or reptile that can co-exist with my frilies without any harm?"
In the wild, most likely, where they have larger areas to roam. In captivity in a terrarium with extremely limited space, I highly doubt it.
What does everybody else think on this one? Agree or disagree?
: So there is no amphibian or reptile that can co-exist with my frilies without any harm? They don't seem to be anti-social, mine are quite relaxed around humans, so why not with other reptiles?