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Posted by: alex_reid33 at Tue Feb 5 23:41:32 2008  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by alex_reid33 ]  
   

hello, my friend is looking at getting a lizard and she is fairly new to herping and has an 18"cubed terrarium. That used to house WTF until an outbreak of red leg killed them both(they had red leg when we got them home from the store)she really wants to get an arboreal lizard or gecko that is small enough to be housed in the tank she has and also live in closely related habitat (heavily planted lots of branches and cork) and if at all possible one that will feed on worms, grubs maybe even baby food and one that is hardy and low maintenance

thanks for your help!



   

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