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Ameiva Jungle Health Information

The Jungle Ameiva needs a humid environment that can range from high levels to moderate. Misting their enclosure every three to four days should create the proper environment, though frequency will be determined by the humidity of the ambient environment.

Gradient temperatures are recommended. Daytime temperatures should be about 80 degrees Fahrenheit at the coolest end of the enclosure with a basking area about 90 degrees; while nighttime temperatures should be dropped to between 70 and 75 degrees Fahrenheit. Provide full spectrum lighting for about 12 hours per day.


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