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    Can you house a fat tailed gecko with a crested gecko if set up is right?

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    Nope. . . . . .not at all.
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    Here's a little explanation for that response above that I agree with:

    I can see why you'd ask that, since the crestie is arboreal and the fat tail gecko is terrestrial and both need some humidity. I feel that the fat tail gecko needs less humidity. One comes from a temperate rainforest where temperatures shouldn't be too high and one comes from a hotter savannah area. In general, people try not to house animals that come from very different environments together. They may do OK to begin with but it's likely (though not a guarantee) that the situation would get out of hand for them eventually.

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