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Old 02-09-2012, 01:50 PM
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empty ten gallon ;)

soo yea..if anyone has seen my thread about redoing my room, they know i have a cracked empty ten gallon...i would have loved to put a pair of cresties in there, but cant find any to fit my price range..soo..ideas on something cute, reptilian, easy to care for, friendly, easily attainable, easy to breed, low price, and will fill up my empty ten gallon

btw, it used to be home to a leopard frog, which was caught in the wild missing a hind leg, kept for 2 years, and released 4 times its original size but, im not a fan of frogs because they cannot be handled
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Old 02-09-2012, 02:18 PM
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Leopard geckos? Reasonably cheap and easy to breed
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Old 02-09-2012, 02:19 PM
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ive thought about those..but personally, i think theyre ugly :/ lol
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Old 02-09-2012, 02:46 PM
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alot of people like to get pygmy chams, personally some type of gecko would probably work the best imo
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i def say leopard geckos! you can look online and find a different breeders and they have some really nice looking ones
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Old 02-09-2012, 04:07 PM
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Well there are a variety of geckos you can get...leopards and regular cresties are the cheapest though.
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I wouldn't put a crested in a 10 gallon. Too small. They like to jump and climb.
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I wouldn't put a crested in a 10 gallon. Too small. They like to jump and climb.
if i was to get cresteds, i know the ten gallon is too small, but i have a 35 gallon in the basement i would put them in
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what about anoles? i know they arent the friendliest, but are they easy to keep? and can they be friendy/handled?
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i am pretty sure anoles are more aboreal and need more of a verticle cage.
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