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"I have 2 green anoles. One, I bought while I was on vacation last summer at myrtle beach, and recently my uncle brought me another from his Georgia hunting trip. The new one is significantly smaller than the other and I am unsure whether to put them in the same tank or leave them separated. The larger one is constantly showing his dewlap, I'm not sure whether he just sees his reflection or he is in the "mood". I would like to put them together and see if they mate or not, but I don't want the smaller one to get eaten or something. So if anyone has any experience in this area, I would like to learn more about this process. "

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