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    Quote Originally Posted by WillG View Post
    Cool! So what do you think I should fill my 10 gallon with. I was hopping for a chinese tree dragon but idk. I wanna make sure I have everything.
    do you mean a chinese water dragon? if so i wouldn't get one they get over 3 feet and a 10 gallon isn't suited for even a very small one as they love to run around.
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    No no no! I know about chinese water dragons. I meant tree dragon. Here's a video.
    [YOUTUBE]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7S-16NyW3Fo[/YOUTUBE]
    [YOUTUBE]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8-E8n8lsHVA&feature=fvwrel[/YOUTUBE]

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    oh an neon tree agama or whatever lol. pretty sure those are almost always wild caught maybe something to avoid.
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    Yeah that's what I was thinking. They always seem to die on people is what I've heard.

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    So what do you think?

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    if you want another pacman you can devide the cage until they get bigger thats what i do with my littler ones. there really isn't much that can live long term in a 10 gallon. anything that needs a heat light its super hard to get a proper heat gradiant in the tank. maybe a salamander or different type of frog?
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    Oh yeah I know I can't keep something in a 10 gallon for life. I just wanted a baby reptile that can live in a 10 gallon. If I wanted something that stayed small I would get a pygmy but those can be pretty expensive.

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