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Answered 2011-09-12 15:55:37

yes, so I hear, it is ok to put other creatures in your anole habitat, just as long as they are similar in size and you have enough space for them all.

so i am 9 years old my name is maria and your anwer is correct because i have 19 lizards in school

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