Hi again, first of all i want to apologize to everyone that has been helping me over the last year and giving me tips on caring for various reptiles. I have a 155cm x 70cm x 125cm tall wood enclosure that i wanted to use at first for an amazon tree boa (but my family hates snakes, so not even corn snakes allowed) then planed to use it on a timor monitor (i saw one 5 yeats ago and fell in love with them) but as of now i am not confident in my skills to take proper care of it and provide enough food, so i decided to get the monitor later when i can properly take care of it. That leaves me with a big enclosure, i would like to read suggestions on an animal i could keep in there that is not on the experienced keeper level, i thought about a trio of crested geckos (1 male and 2 females), but i have heard they are highly territorial so it may not work. They are on the top of my list of what to get. I would like any suggestion (i will take some months of researching before buying anithing) but preferably a tropical lizard that doesnt get to big (bigger than a timor). The setup will have a 1/3 water part and 2/3 land (both around 25-30cm deep) and most likely will be heavily planted (depends on what reptile will i be keeping). Thanks and sorry for the long post. here is a picture of the enclosure (it has space under it to hold a couple of 20 gal tanks if i need to breed any live food), the top was mesh but will be changed to more sealed wood. Here is a picture of another setup i have (originally planed for a crested gecko, but i received some green tree frogs and had no other place to house them) the land part should end up like that on the bottom but also have small trees (probably ficus benjamina) for arboreal reptiles.