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Re: Advice on Cresteds, Please!


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Posted by G Quirk on January 12, 2003 at 22:06:35:

In Reply to: Advice on Cresteds, Please! posted by Ravyn11 on January 11, 2003 at 19:15:13:


A 10gal standing on end, is fine for a trio, and I keep mine together all but maybe 3 months of the year when I remove the males, I have been doing this for 6 years with no problems. (Aggressive individuals don't do well with others anytime, except in fairly large enclosures and remember it is not so much the size as it is the ability to seperate from one another via hide box/ nest boxes and stratification with plants and branches)

:Hey all :) I was thinking of getting a pair of crested geckos, and I've been told by some that a ten gallon is large enough for a pair of them, and then been told by others that a ten gallon is far too small for two cresties. What tank size would you recommend, and what other types of geckos would you recommend that might live more comfortably in a ten gallon tank?

:Thanks for any advice!





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