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Gorgeous Enya!

Enya was looking super pretty today when I was cleaning out her terrarium so I took some pictures with my phone!

Can't wait for her to be big enough to breed! Going to weigh her tonight to check again as last time I weighed her was over a month ago and she was 34 grams then (need to be 40 grams to breed!)








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She is stunning! What morph is she? She's very red

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Thank you! Not sure what morph she is. I'm thinking a red brindly, dalmatian, bi-colour something, ha.



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I didn't know they could get that complicated So as I gave my FIL my 3 foot viv that I had Frank in before I lost him (doh!!!), he's giving me a glass one with a mesh top so I can finally get a crestie in the hopeful near future! Possibly at the next sale

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Yeaaah, they can, ha.
And that's awesome! They are so great, and I love how soft they are. ^_^



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She's beautiful. I really want one. I even saw one on sale in craigslist...I was tempted, but I'm not really set up or ready for one yet.

Oh well, at least I have your pictures to look at, thanks.

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Thank-you, I love them! They are great pets and super easy to care for



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Question! Do you use any heat source with your cresties? I've been told they don't need one?

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No I don't. My room stays at about 74 all winter (I keep my house pretty warm). This summer I might need to move them to the basement though as it gets pretty hot on the main floor in the summer.



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The room my reptiles are in is always a bit warm cause of the reptiles already in there XD


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That's good! As long as the room stays around 74 they should be good. 80 is too high and they can die from temps too at around 83. Too cold and hatchlings don't too well either.



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I'm going to need a thermometer for the room I think! That worries me

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Yeah, I just had a infrared thermometer from I think it was Zoo Med that I just had on top of one of the tanks. It's battery died a few months ago though so I need to replace them for the summer to make sure it isn't getting too hot!



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