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Cleaning Night Photos!

Took some photos tonight as I was cleaning up Gecko poop, LOL.

Oreo, my stubby tailed boy!





Isis my gorgeous girl!





Draco, the most adorable Gecko EVER! He is so TINY!




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Why. Why must you tease me so ? Haha, they're all gorgeous! These aren't all of your geckos are they? I'm sure there's more

Oh I have a gecko question. I've seen people housing them together but is it the same with beardies? Males will kill each other and a male will harass a female?


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Cute, cute, cute!!!! Thanks for sharing!

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Why. Why must you tease me so ? Haha, they're all gorgeous! These aren't all of your geckos are they? I'm sure there's more

Oh I have a gecko question. I've seen people housing them together but is it the same with beardies? Males will kill each other and a male will harass a female?


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LOL, thanks! No these aren't all of them. I left out Bubblegum and Gaia
And yes, they are like that. Males should never be kept with other Males and no Geckos should be housed together anyways because even Females will bully other Females.

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Ah glad you cleared that up for me. It's rare I see somebody keeping them together, but when I do I always think of it as being like beardies. Jack's step dad, who keeps Lenny and Marge (both girls) has a custom made vivarium for them that I think is a good 6ft long and 3 wide (and 3 tall) so they can get away from each other if needs be, but they usually just keep their distance anyway. Out of the vivarium they care very little for each other all together. Lenny is more of a sun worshiper than Marge so even if Marge is being annoying, she'll just lay there like nothing is happening They have shown signs of aggression, but nothing to stress each other out or stop them eating etc.
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That's good! I would keep Geckos together but only if I had like a 100 gallon long tank to keep like 5 Geckos in, LOL. I just don't like taking the risk.
When I start breeding I don't think I'll even house the Male with his Females, I think I'll just put the Male in to breed and take him out again, ha.



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I was assuming that's how everybody did it anyway. Like snakes!
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Yeah, it depends on the person. A lot of breeders will house Geckos in groups of about 4 Females to 1 Male in large racks as they think introducing them once is less stressful then having to introduce them multiple times each year to breed.



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Your geckos are brilliant! Gaia is my favorite though.




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Thank you! Gaia is my favourite too. She is such a sweetheart and is just a super chill girl.



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Post some pics!




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Of Gaia? Ha I will have to take some later! ^_^



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