Empty 50 gallon terrarium, what should I put in it?

redhorse

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If you have questions (not an expert) but have had many different things. I can assist with matching up your personality with critters that might do well for you. I am personally on the end of keeping display animals and less maintenance. Before I loved the maintenance and husbandry side of life. Time to relax and enjoy from a distance so now do display tanks with easy cleaning.
Yellow Spotted Climbing Toads and Whites Tree Frogs are very fun and easy.
1st is female and 2nd and 3rd male shedding. They are easy and don't jump much/more climbing at this age (when babies the jump like a frog to get into the top.
Just take your time and plan it all out.. The Toads took me almost 3 years to get and then made the habitat watching lots of videos.
Enjoy!
 

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SorSor24

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thank you very much, at my local pet store they have a butterfly agama and some ocillated skinks that I was looking at, as well as emerald swift lizards and Central America banded geckos
 

redhorse

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Figures after sharing the pictures the male anole shows up.. So had to feed him to keep the connection. Sorry keep posting.
Male eating and the female he stoled the food from- I gave her one after the pic. (y)
 

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redhorse

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thank you very much, at my local pet store they have a butterfly agama and some ocillated skinks that I was looking at, as well as emerald swift lizards and Central America banded geckos
The butterfly agama if male will look so cool and can be tamed down but are usually wild caught like the others. So will need to be treated for parasites.
 

SorSor24

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The butterfly agama if male will look so cool and can be tamed down but are usually wild caught like the others. So will need to be treated for parasites.
Yeah, it was very cool, I'm not getting my new enclosure for a while but I do have an extra-large tub I could use temporarily if need be.
 

SorSor24

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I think I am going to get the knight anoles, does anyone know of a good care guide for them or can anyone give me a shopping list of things to buy for them before I get them.
 

Persnickety Parson's

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Should I hook my mist king to it or does it not need that much humidity?

Nope, 60 to 75 percent is fine, Your previous schedule of misting twice a day was fine.

You can add a dripper if you want to make sure they have constant access to water.

Like I said earlier if you can keep a chameleon then Knight anoles are going to be a cake walk.

They do occasionally like to eat sweet things such as fruit on occasion, but that depends on the individual, mine never cared for sweets, but I've seen others go bananas for them
 
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