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Posted by gexfiles on October 08, 2002 at 10:16:28:

In Reply to: Are adult Cresteds agressive towards younger Cresteds? posted by Lyn on October 08, 2002 at 07:21:44:

Yay!!! my first reply to the rhac forum!!!!

it is better to wait IMO, geckos can be cannibalistic in nature. It is true that sometimes putting together same species geckos that have been solitary a while may not get along than others (it has happened to us wiith both leos and rhacs) but i think it would be better to witness a scuffle and separate them when they are older and the same size than to see her eating one. Also please get fecals to verify all are parasite free first. Good luck!


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