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Swift Emerald behavior

The Emerald Swift is a lively, and fascinating lizard.

Generally docile, the Emerald Swift is a tough, wild little lizard. They generally are not as easy to handle as other lizards and are probably best kept as primarily display animals, though with gentle, consistent handling some individuals will calm down quite a bit. Surprisingly, the Emerald Swifts' life expectancy drops once they are in captivity. If you do not provide suitable conditions, they could die after less than a year in your care. When cared for properly though, people have had good luck keeping these lizards and there is no reason your experience should be any different. The aquarium should have things they can climb on, like old branches, and big rocks.


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