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Rescued California Anole


Long story short: a baby Anole decided to hitch a ride from Georgia to MN on a bird seed freight pallet and he is now warm and full of crickets with us. My biggest concern is he's bouncing from dark brown (stress color) to green and I can't think of anymore ideas of how to comfort him a little more in this adjustment. He is eating and pooping and we have a dripper to keep him hydrated but he is stressed. Any tips? I know he's probably stressed because he's a wild Anole but I want to try to ease him in.