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    i was wodnering outta all reptiles which you think is the most active and visually pleasing? my snakes just arent doin it for me anymore ...they dont do anything!!!! i would like something that is constantly on the move...smaller...and very nice lookin....i was thinking poison dart frogs but i'm not sure..

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    active and visually pleasing... get some fish

    I think gold dust geckos are pretty and active...

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    lol...ya i like fish....i reallly want a saltwater tank...ONE DAY..

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    From my experience with them, Bearded Dragons are very active and it's very fun to watch their actions

    Although for visually pleasing, I would have to go with any of the Phelsuma (Day Gecko) species...some beautiful creatures if I do say so myself

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    im gunna have to say my vorax are visualy apealing and fun to wach. and fun to play with.

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    Beardies are a blast, and you can find some awesome morphs if you look around. Males are a bit more "active" because they will bob their heads and sometimes (like my male) go crazy when he sees a girl and it never gets old.
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    If you would like something that is very active and most of the time doing something while still looking great, I would suggest some green anoles. You can set them up in a beautiful natural vivarium. In the past I have found that they are always moving around and hunting or courting or many many other activities. I would not suggest a beardie for you because after about their first year of life, they are likes bumps on a log. They really only move to eat LOL! Good luck in choosing...
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    My male is over a year and moves around almost always. He's always watching everyone and very active.
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    Phelsumas are the most active gekcos i have.Their very appeling.With bright colors.Some species are big.Some are small.And some species can be kept with dart frogs or mantellas.Their the best gecko!

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    thanks for the suggestions everyone..if small day geckos can be kept with dart frogs then that is the one for me.....it will be a while...but now ive narrowed down what i want...thanks

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