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maybe a lizard?

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Posted by: ShadowdDream1313 at Sun Mar 18 17:20:27 2007  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by ShadowdDream1313 ]  
   

Hey all, I am looking into possibly getting a reptile. I was looking into snakes but I would prefer an insectivore or something that doesn't eat mammals. And the majority of the snakes that appealed to me got too big. I have a 35 gallon long aquarium to do with whatever I please, except put fish in, it leaks. So Now I have put the snake possibility on the back burner and want some information on lizards. What I would like is something that stays relatively small, no more that no more than 1 foot max(body not including tail)and that likes to be handled. I need one that is relatively hardy since I am not an expert what so ever. Any information would be greatly appreciated.
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