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Old 06-06-03, 02:26 AM   #3 (permalink)
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well its not the best idea to keep a chameleon in a rubbermaid and they are not realy easy to breed you have to know when they want to breed so you know when to put them together and they are not good for handling all the time because they get stressed easy so i wouldnt recomend chamleons i would recomend leopard gecko's though they fit all of your catagories except the big one but for evreything else they are great and would be an ideal first breeing colony o yah they dont eat live food though thats a risky thing to do with reptiles because the mice can fight back but you can feed them live crickets haha

ps. they will do well in rubber maids if are heated properly and all as you realy need is a heating pad or heat tape underneath of your rubber maids
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