So I'm currently in the process of buying a new cage for my iguana. I'll be getting a custom cage from CustomCages.com. It will be 60"H x 48"L x 36"D and will have holes strategically placed for ventilation. However, when my iguana outgrows the cage in a few years, I would like to repurpose it to make two enclosures by putting up a custom built wall (so I would have two cages with the dimensions 60"H x 24"L x 36"D). In one of these cages, I would like to keep a panther chameleon and a few reed frogs (heterixalus madagascariensis). Considering both species inhabit the same part of Madagascar, the size of the cage, and the naturalization I plan to incorporate into the enclosure (native plants, water feature, representative temps/humidity, maybe even accurate day/night/seasonal schedules), I hope that housing these two together would be possible. This is really inspired by biotopes. What are people's thoughts on this? Is this a pipe dream or does anyone think this is do-able?