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A few words (muy importante)


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Posted by LdyPayne on April 24, 2003 at 11:38:29:

In Reply to: A few words (muy importante) posted by GECKOS UNLIMITED on April 24, 2003 at 02:27:29:

I agree that curtesy has been missing lately on this forum. Everybody has a different way of doing things and should be open minded enough to understand there is no 1 right way to do things. Yes some can be better than others or just work better for some people and not so well for others due to many variables.

For example, most experienced people here recommend using baby food fruits to feed a crested. Peach seems to be the favourite but I am sure some crested will turn his nose up at peach and dive right into some other kind of fruit.

Also have to consider raising and breeding crested geckos is relatively new compared to other types of reptiles. There hasn't been enough time to really see the results of long term care. (ie the difference in lifespan between female cresteds,some breed at an earlier age than another).

In all respects we need to be civil with eachother even if disagreeing on some point. Afterall the whole intention of this forum (at least I am assuming it is) is to educate new comers on how to properly care for these facinating creatures and discuss how to improve quality of life/breed/color morphs, not to bicker on which method is best.


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