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Re: mixing species: question below


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Posted by ManicDVLN on July 30, 2002 at 12:19:02:

In Reply to: mixing species: question below posted by HardcoreHerps on July 29, 2002 at 15:07:25:

Have you mixed any animals with frilled dragons? Which??

I have a 175 G aboreal reptarium (29"x29"x48"), with two young frills living in it already. Can I put another species in there? If so, which are some you recommend?

:i have successfully mixed species for a couple of years with no problems. these are the problems you have to resolve:

:1) no competition for territory: try to mix arboreal species with ground dwelling species, diurnal with nocturnal, etc. and plenty of SPACE.

:2)no competition for food: keep your animals well FED hungry animals fight.

:3) no competition for mates: dont put males of the same species together unless there are plenty of female and territory.

:4) only mix animals of roughly the same SIZE: big animals EAT small animals any questions?

:5) dont mix poisonous/venomous species: they can kill other species.
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