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 Male anoles NOT fighting in same enclosure?!/ sleeping dominance?

Ok so I have 2 male anoles in one cage. (Accidentally)
1 is a full grown (at least I think he is) Bahaman Anole. He has a very large orange dewlap, and is pretty calm.
1 is a pretty big hatchling3-4 weeks old) and is almost 5 inches long.
None are fighting. Why?!

They all sleep together in one corner on top of each other (literally) why is this? They have proper heat, water, and food.



03/24/13  02:05pm

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 Male anoles NOT fighting in same enclosure?!/ sleeping dominance?

I think this is some sort of social behavior. If the anoles don’t fight, it is okay to keep them in the same cage. However, monitor them closely. If you see any sin of aggressio and/or dominance, seperate them immedietely.



03/28/13  11:17am


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