This species of anoles can grow to grow to a length of 13 to 20 inches (33 to 51 cm) including the tail.
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This species of anoles can grow to grow to a length of 13 to 20 inches (33 to 51 cm) including the tail. The housing needs for Cuban Anoles are roughly the same as needed for an small Iguana or a large Chameleon. A 55-gallon aquarium is the minimum size for an adult lizard, and a larger enclosure is even better. For a breeding pair, the minimum enclosure size is three feet wide by three feet long by five feet high. Any cage that will house a Cuban Anole must have plenty of vertical space and a profusion of branches for climbing. A screen top is necessary to provide proper heat and lighting, and a screened opening near the bottom of the cage is also recommended for proper ventilation.
Cuban Anoles are aggressive and should not be kept with any other species of reptile or amphibian. They will eventually make a meal out of virtually any cagemate. The males, in addition, are ferocious towards one another and cannot be housed together. Even the females will often squabble among themselves.
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