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Posted by agubbay on January 03, 2003 at 19:37:26:
In Reply to: Re: I 100% completly agree with you n/p posted by 59herps on January 03, 2003 at 19:04:20:
They are both "desert" type lizards, they were in that set-up when they were bought so there goes the theory of not being the same type of habitat....secondly he aint killin anythin, they are the same size, if anything the crevice is a little larger. This next quote is from a reptile atlas about 1000 pages thick, in regards to the ruins lizard..."can be kept with different species of similar size, however multiple males of the same species can not be kept together"...if u want ill give u the info on the atlas and u can see for yourself. I have plenty of hiding spaces for both of them, they will stay out of eachothers way, and plenty of food so they dont try to snack on eachother. as far as beign ethically wrong, if anything starts to happen ill seperate, i have an extra tank.