Can small frogs and small green anoles live together in the same habitat?
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
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 !
Green anoles eat crickets, flies, nats, mealworms, waxworms, butterworms, earthworms... worms must be medium to small, cut up banana, and mostly anything that the anole thinks it can over power or digest. make sure that wild caught bugs do not have pesticides of any sort. green anoles mostly prefer crickets you can get them at pet smart 10 cents each small or medium NOT LARGE. anoles will eat most insects but MUST BE PESTICIDE FREE…
No, there are many many different types of lizards. Anoles though are very commonly found in the United States and there are a few different types Green Anole, Brown Anole, And Cuban Knight Anole. Green anoles are the most common. But its just a species and no not all lizards are anoles. Hope this helped
because frogs in the 1789 were yellow and when they were tadpoles they were green but now the frogs are green and the tadpoles are yellow and toads are a yellow greeny coulor so that why frogs are green because toads are yellow and frogs are green because the people who invented frogs and toads didnt want to be the same coulor.