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new to horned lizards, a few questions

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Posted by: freakytah at Thu Aug 31 10:13:10 2006  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by freakytah ]  
   

I want to get a new lizard now that my beardie has passed away (he lived a long and healthy life dont worry!) and horned lizards seem to be a good choice to me. I was wondering what kind of cage requirements they need. I had my beardie in a 6' by 3' cage, but i moved and don't have it anymore. Just wondering if they need something that big, or can live in smaller enclosures. Also, how is their temperment, i enjoy relaxed lizards like beardies and frilled lizards, where you don't have to worry about biting and tail whipping. Any thoughts are appreciated.


   

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