Ever since I started raising the brown anole hatchling that I found on the floor in the grocery store house plants area, I have been reading this forum. I really know that the best practice is to have the habitat set up *before* you acquire an animal. Really I do. But today I ended up putting the cart before the horse and this little guy or gal came home with me this morning The next to last picture was taken through the side of the plastic bin that it temporary housing. The last picture shows that bin sitting on top of the 55 gallon tank I found on Craigslist this afternoon for $20. My thought is that this is likely to be the first of several cresteds. I certainly will have the space for a male and a small harem. I'm off to go get a couple pieces of plexiglass cut for the top of the tank. Then I hope the little one will not freak out if they only have a corner of that big space that has dense cover. I'm going to have paper towel as the substrate to begin with. After my new friend gains some size I am likely to go to a fully planted setup like I have for my brown anole, Gervase. I am somewhat reluctant to invest in a whole bunch of artificial plants just to replace them in a few months with real ones. But at the same time I don't want the little one to be stressed more than being moved to a new environment will cause..