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Old 05-29-03, 10:30 PM   #3 (permalink)
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We use all of the above and more. I would disagree in using most of the arboreal lizards such as day gex for the reasons that they tend to be a bit more sensitive in nature as well as if it climbs a wall good luck getting it back, especially in a school, unless it was going to stay in a critter keeper. Other reptiles/amphibs not listed that we have used that are relatively easy to house and care for were chuckwallas, uromastyx, white's tree frogs (no touch), chameleons (no touch), and BCC. Some others we have used that are not suitable for many keepers, and are not easy to house, are tortoises, turtles (no touch), monitors, and caimens.
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