I definitely think so. Of course, I may be biased because one of my first reptile pets was an anole
However, what I probably didn't realize back then and what many don't realize now is that they do require a fair amount of equipment as most all reptiles do. But I'm sure you know this.
Anyway, a few things I learned from my experience:
- If you plan on keeping a group, only one male is recommended (they can def. become territorial)
- Pretty high humidity is generally beneficial (perhaps 70%, though I don't remember exactly what I used to do)
- It's probably a good idea to start raising crickets, mealworms, or whatever else you may plan to feed them
However, I'm sure there are more recent anole owners who can offer a lot more help than I can. I absolutely think they make good introductory reptile pets, though.
Good luck and have fun
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