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Re: Zookeeper [Re: The_Zookeeper] #256146 02/14/08 11:44 PM
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I saved this page to my favorites, Zoo. smile Lol, cuz I'm still thinking about crested geckos and this info is great.


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Re: Zookeeper [Re: Stephen] #256152 02/14/08 11:49 PM
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hehe. I'd like to think that sometimes I know what I'm talking about. If I didnt, I wouldnt be breeding them.

Re: Zookeeper [Re: The_Zookeeper] #256174 02/15/08 12:16 AM
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Okay, I will buy some from either petsmart or some other pet store. I just went to pick up the cage from my aunt. It is 30" x 12". Do you think this is too big? I've read that if you get a baby that you don't want the cage to be too big. Again thanks for answering all my questions.


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30x12x? what's the other dimension? I think it may be too big for a baby. HOWEVER- if you can find a way to section it off temprarily or get a cheapo plastic cage or something you could move it up in a few months.

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wow zoo,that is very useful information!


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the most important thing is that you not stress him out in that large of an environment, and that it's not so large that he can't find his food.
now that i think, what i said before doesnt really make sense, these guys live in the wild, and nature's not "too big". as long as he's eating, there shouldnt be a problem/

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wow zoo,that is very useful information!

thanks =]
I try.

Re: Zookeeper [Re: The_Zookeeper] #256195 02/15/08 12:33 AM
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Sorry I should have put the other it is 30 x 12 x 12. If you think I need to I may be able to section it off with a piece of cardboard or something. Just something temp. Cause I would really hate to stress him and he lose his tail or die. I think they are so much prettier with their tails than without. My aunt also gave me a hiding tunnel, a heat rock which I wouldn't plug in but they could still climb on it, and some other type of decoration. So I am almost ready for one and I've only spent about $5 on fake plants and a spray bottle.


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yeah, plants are cheap from the dollar store, that's where I got mine! my boss sells ones the same size for $6.99 plus, he sells regular old spray bottles for $3.99 i dont buy them from our store, haha.

they are pretty with their tails. I got both of my females without tails and they're cool though (breeding often causes females to drop their tails, like many other geckos species)
but I love them the same =]
I've never had one drop it's tail on me though- I suppose that would be freaky....


that cage just smaller than the size of my breeding tank with three adults in it- so I would really recommend trying to secion it off somehow. it would be great for a pair though if you ended up with a female you could get another female. =]

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Well, it might be awhile before I get one. No one around me has any in stock. All the crested geckos are gone. One Petsmart might be able to special order one for me. Some of the other Petsmarts had other types of geckos just not the crested. I think they said a yellow line gecko and of course lepoard.


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