There is a male brown anole at my school in the Biology classroom. Also in the tank are 4 green anoles (at least one male) and one female brown anole. The male brown anole is unable to open either of his eyes, and is getting skinnier as I type this. Several other anoles in this tank have one eye stuck closed, but their other eye is fine so they have no troubles eating. I managed to get the blind brown anole to eat two mealworms today, and he seemed pretty happy. Is there anything I can do to get his eyes to reopen? I have seen a male green anole pick on him and feel that his eyes may have been damaged in one of those scuffles. I am unable to move him from the current tank into another. It is a 10 gallon tank with just a 60 watt heat lamp :/ The poor guys are so neglected. Is there anything I can do?