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    Talking I wanna lizard!

    I have always wanted a bet lizard. I'm looking for something somewhat tropical, Something small, only needing a smallish tank, I'd kinda like to have more than one, and I REALLY don't want something that needs to be cared for TOO much. And by that, I mean that I just don't want to stress myself until my head blows off over this.

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    Leopard Geckos

    Leopard Geckos are great lizards fro pets.


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    I'll have to consider that one, but can you think of anything smaller?
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    you cant go wrong with a couple of anoles, but i had a lepord gecko in a 10 gal tank for 7 years not just has sand, heat lamp, rocks, shelter, water and food (just get a water dish and feed them meal worms and crickets)

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    Anoles sound cool. does anyone know of any really tropical lizards?
    by the way, nobody mention bearded dragons. I have a friend who has one named Rocky. They are much to big. Im looking for something tiny.
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    small skinks or something along those lines are your best...i used to keep several lizards/lizard-like reptiles with my brother, agamas, beardies, geckos, iguanas, etc.... if you want something small, maybe a shovel nose lizard or anoles.....there are also several small easy to care for geckos, you could also try pygmy chameleons if your cham. fan.

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    I haven't done lizards and frogs and such in a VERY long time,
    however using the terms
    "TROPICAL" and "not much care" in the same sentence
    seems to be an oversight.

    Unless one has a tropical environment to start with
    (you don't happen to live in Malaysia, do you?)
    then your lizard is going to need a bit more than
    "not much care" to thrive.

    Just a thought.

    I do hope you find something that "fits the bill"!
    Experience is the best teacher. At least it used to be.
    But then, common sense isn't so common anymore, is it.


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    yaa there fun 2 year life span though but good to have a couple in a taller tank with lotsa greens and i ddnt wanna mention them because well they get big

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