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Posted by: po at Thu Aug 21 11:22:01 2008  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by po ]  
   

i recently took 2 anoles into my rescue, the poor things were skin and bone, dehydrated and stuck in a tank with a tokay gecko! but just over a week latter they are well on the way to recovery, so is the tokay in his OWN cage.

my question is, after they have recovered a friend of mine will be adopting them as classroom pets for his 5th grade class, in the 5th grade one the the main things they learn is about habitats, and he would like them in as lifelike of a habitat as possible. with 30 animals at most time here in my house we use mostly fake plants for ease of cleaning and maintaining all the cages, so im looking for ideas on a realistic but still not to hard to maintain set up with real plants and such, if anyone has any ideas or pics or links they would be greatly appreceated!!!
THANKS!!
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