yes green anoles love their habitat humid
green Anoles can live with house geckos, Bahamian Anoles, green tree frogs, long tailed lizards, blue dumpy tree frogs, and Green Frogs
None, you should NOT mix species.
Yes. If you have at least a ten gallon terrarium with a tropical or forest setup, you can keep two anoles or an anole and a frog in it. Green anoles do very well with other rather small companions, and that includes green tree frogs.
No ! Gecko's are desert creatures, while Anoles are forest dwellers. Additionally, Anoles are highly territorial and will fight other lizards who invade their space. The golden rule is - if reptiles are not found together in their natural habitat - they should never be housed together in captivity !
frogs and toads are able to live with them, and other species of anole depending on the country of origin.
a long tail lizard, other green anoles, bahman anoles, and curly tailed lizards can live with green anoles.... I've had them all in with green anoles.... they've done great!
Green anoles are not venomous or poisonous.
some of the dangers of green anoles are cats and birds.
Its habitat is a dry forest filled with green tree frogs and gigantic grasshoppers.
No, green anoles do not eat fish, because even if it is a small fish, the green anole will probably choke, so i guess if you mean can green anoles eat fish and survive, your answer is NO
i would say ALMOST approximately 5-10 years. same with the bahaman and also "brown" anole. here in florida, green anoles are called anoles and brown anoles are called lizards. the record for green anoles lift expectency is 16 years.