(I hope the pictures show up for you... It refuses to let me upload via computer) Long story short: 7 years ago these guys were wild caught, imported and sold. 5 years later they came to a reptile rescue that I helped out with. They did not have UVB or sufficient heat, and were living in a 10 gallon tank together. They were also being fed only a carnivore diet prior to coming to the rescue. Both males they were forced to tolerate each other, resulting in one being stunted, and having regrowth on his tail. That same year the rescue shut down and everyone was rehomed. They ended up in someone's garage forgotten and unwanted, were picked up by a young lady who then later rehomed these boys with her friend who has had them for 1.5 years. Their UVB has NOT been changed for 2 years... I am surprised I have found them once again after 2 years, and very excited to do my part in making what is left of their lives comfortable!! - I will be getting them this weekend. - Their enclosure I estimate to be 20 gallon long (30 inches long, 12.5 inches wide, didn't tell me the height). - Substrate is sand. - They have the depleted UVB tube lighting, along with a basking lamp which has been purchased about a month ago. - Unsure of temperatures or humidity levels. - They are currently fed sweet potato, honeydew, kale and mealworms. ** They will be getting a new UVB very soon!! What I am concerned about: Everything! 1. They are both males. I would LOVE to separate them, so that they may live without the constant stress of another male around, for what is left of their lives. After 7 years of being together, can this still be done? I have an empty tank, about the same size as the one he is giving me. 2. How should I encourage them to eat new foods, that will be better for them? I already own a bearded dragon, so the veggies for him (or so I have read up on) are the same as what they should eat (collards, mustard greens, dandelion greens, butternut squash, etc). What should I avoid feeding them? 3. The water bowl: It looks like a small hamster bowl. Is this big enough? Is a bowl needed? Should/can I mist or is it best to avoid misting due to humidity levels? I'm in Alberta Canada and it is fairly dry currently. 4. I have bee pollen and alfalfa powder for my beardie - can they have these too? Any additional information and advice is greatly appreciated!! These are pretty uncommon in my area, so absolutely no one knows what they are or how to feed/handle/care for them... A lot of things I have read contradict themselves, so I feel it is best asking someone who perhaps has had experience with them!