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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 05-16-2008, 10:09 PM Thread Starter
 
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Question Coexisting Lizards?

Are there any species of lizards that can coexist in the same vivarium?
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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old 05-18-2008, 04:16 PM
 
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I know some kind of Geckos can, I just went to a store and they had Tokay's and some other kind together.. Um...Green Anoles and Brock Lizards,. Don't know, as long as they have the same needs, humidity, and you provide enough food, basking areas, hideouts, most should be fine as long as they won't try and eat the other.
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It is possible- but you would have to do research and you shouldn't try it if your not experienced with reptiles.

If you just starting off with reptiles, start with and easy to care for lizard and then once you get the hang of it you can start planning for a set up of co-existing lizards.

Co-existing lizards would need to have the same requirements and needs as the rest of the lizards. You would also have to insure each lizard is being well fed and no one is picked on.A large enough tank would be needed so each animal would have space to be away.Plant and hides would be needed.

I hope that helps, but as I said before if your just starting off with reptiles-easy to care for are the way to go to see if you can handle a set up like your thinking of.





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