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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 10-28-2012, 07:31 PM Thread Starter
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Some cool animals for a 90 gallon?

Just wondering what would be a cool animal to put in a standard 90? Im looking for an anima that i can keep as a group and not to hard to keep. Pretty much just looking for options right now. let me know what you can think of!
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I don't keep any of these, but they could be cool if you did some research on them.

-frogs (darts, whites tree frogs, etc)
-tree snakes, some can be kept together I think
-geckos/anole/long tailed etc lizards

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I would vote for crested geckos. Awesome little guys. Great for planted tanks. Or their cousins the gargoyle geckos. They are even cooler looking with very striking colors
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I personally love newts you could make a cool set up with some land, mostly water and somelants. Fire belly newts are awesome and as far as I know don't fight each other. You could have a bunch in a 90 gallon
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id go either
whites tree frogs
water dragons (all females)
fire bellied toads
and many more ....

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5 Gallon planted bonsai dirt tank
1 Bearded Dragon ''Spyro''
Normal Leopard Gecko ''Shadow''
Super hypo tangerine baldy carrot tail leopard gecko ''Moon''
2 whites tree frogs ''Ying and Yang''
1 Royal Python ''Neptune''
1 Veiled Chameleon '' Yoshi''
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Another option, if your not locked into a herp, is to let the build INVITE the reptile or amphibian. I've always wanted to do a semi-arid, desert oasis tank...... just for the build. If you fall in love with a biotope, you can just research and then build a great enclosure. Then all you have to do is tweek the minor details like water temp or humidity when you narrow the list of possible inhabitants.
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