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RE: New to GTP and need a helping hand..

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Posted by: omega745 at Sun Jul 26 17:09:45 2009  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by omega745 ]  
   

My enclosure is 30" X 22" X 22". It has lots of vines to climb on and an artifical leaf vine draping down one side for hiding/security. I will take a pic of the enclosure and post it when I get home tonight. His perch is maybe a TINY bit smaller than his girth and I have a larger replacement perch that needs to be cut down to size so maybe i'll do that sooner rather than later.

When I got him from the breeder, the breeder said that he had just eaten the day before and never really had problems feeding, but I have a feeling that was more of a sales pitch than the truth. From my dealings with other species, I usually feed same size or slightly larger than girth but I have seen that GTPs like food a bit on the smaller size. I suppose I will try that too. What is your opinion on feeding with anoles?


   

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