Anoles, Basilisks, and Water Dragons
Terrarium enthusiasts will find virtually everything they need to know about keeping these three groups of lizard. The authors give information on the animals' life spans, maximum size, color varieties, and other physical characteristics. They also provide detailed directions for maintaining a healthful terrarium environment, feeding, breeding, and more.
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