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Anolis carolinensis, Small, Unsexed, Pack 3

Item # 147230
Anolis carolinensis, Small, Unsexed, Pack 3 is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 2.
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The American chameleon. Anolis is easy to keep and is interesting because of its habit of changing color. With instructions.

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The American chameleon. Anolis is easy to keep and is interesting because of its habit of changing color. With instructions.

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Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good pet, only with proper care Green Anoles must have uva and uvb lighting each day to properly digest food, most reptiles bask and need this, If not they also get metabolic bone disease. Do yourself a favor and get a proper 20 gallon (or more) glass tank with bulb hood lid cover for your Anoles and a temperature/humidity gauge to put inside. They only drink water droplets so you must mist the cage with a spray bottle daily. Anoles eat fruit flies, house flies, crickets,small moths,waxworms, sometimes small amounts of peach baby food (in the wild they lick nectar from flowers as a treat) Do NOT mix these with Brown anoles, they are aggressive to each other. Keep one male to two-three female green anoles or fights break out. They like lots of plants to hide among and rarely go on the ground, they are quick and can escape easily if cover is off! Be warned these are wild caught and may have parasites which can make them ill or not live long. Can live a few years if properly cared for, look online for care info.
Date published: 2014-05-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for habitat studies/animal camouflage Since anoles are a native species for us here in North Carolina, students are often fortunate enough to see them in their natural habitats. Being able to observe and study them more closely in the classroom generates many educational opportunities. I use live animals in the class to stimulate language since I am an ESL teacher. Students love trying to 'find' the anoles and feeding them. We also do a 'cricket' farm as a food source for anoles which provides the predator/prey learning experience also.
Date published: 2009-05-08
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