03-19-2010, 07:12 AM
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It depends what kind of chameleon you are talking about. American chameleons (actually anoles) do move very fast and can easily escape, but old world chameleons move very slowly. However, the old world species do not do well in glass tanks, doing much better in screen enclosures. In a 20 gallon tank with a glass/screen lid you could try:
2 Green Tree Frog
3 Green Anole (1 male, 2 female)
3 Guppy (1 male, 2 female)
If it is a completely terrestrial set-up, you should not put guppies, but if you build a paludarium this would be a very interesting, active setup. Just make sure your lid is tightly sealed (I duct tape mine down when I'm not working in the tank. When I am working in the tank, the animals all go in 5 gallon pails). I am currently setting up a paludarium that houses green tree frogs and danios. As long as you feed the tree frog, it will not bother the fish.
Last edited by fishfreak2009; 03-19-2010 at 07:15 AM..