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Posted by geeboo on May 08, 2003 at 16:53:28:
In Reply to: UPDATE ON PROBLEMATIC BABY GECKO posted by pygmyleaf on May 08, 2003 at 13:23:30:
get the heat down to 88 to 90 degrees. Put him in a container that has a few air holes in it with a couple crix or a couple mealies and let him be for a few hours. This may give him the response to eat if the prey is right there.
:I went to LLL Reptile (were i got him), and they said to give him more heat(he hasnt been eating since i got him 3 weeks ago) he now has lamp and a pad and is about 95 degrees. now he walks around at night but doesnt seem to be eating. he did for once look at a cricket run by but didnt chase it. WHAT SHOULD I FRIGGEN DO? I WANT TO JUST GET RID OF HIM AND BUY ONE THAT IS WILLING TO EAT, I MEAN COME ON, LEOPARDS ARE SUPPOSED TO BE THE BEST REPTILE PET FOR KIDS GAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. SHOULD I JUST TRY TO GET A DIFFERENT ONE?