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Specific Care Information: Relative Care Ease: Average
An adult Brown Basilisk should be housed in a terrarium of at least 55 gallons. The basilisk needs to have access to fresh water at all times. The water bowl should be relatively heavy to ensure that the lizard cannot tip it over. The Brown Basilisk is primarily arboreal and so needs plenty of climbing facilities. They should also be given a basking area with rocks. Basilisks will appreciate plants, either natural or artificial, to hide in. The plants will also help maintain the high humidity necessary for the basilisk. The temperature in the vivarium should be about 85 degrees Fahrenheit during the day and about 75 degrees at night. Brown Basilisks enjoy basking and should be provided with a basking area in the low to mid 90s.



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