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    Gekko, Uroplatus, Blaesodactylus, Phelsuma, Morelia

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    Cool!

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    Rippin! I love these guys!

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    They look awesome, but I can attest first hand, they will bite the crap outta you. Nice job.
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    im geting one soon XD
    i have:

    1 urromastyx (pudge)

    2 leopard geckos (saturn&harley)

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    i have 1 hes mean but they r so pretty..

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    Really, sound so nice. I heard they mean, but now- Nice.

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    I have one and she loves to speak her mind and stand up for her gecko rights! LOL thats why i love her and want more! Tokays maybe aggressive but they have so much personality you fall in love with them. And my cat attacks me more that Clyde (my Tokay) does!

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    Are they hard to maintain? My experience with gecko's is 1 leo, which i've had for the last 5 years. Im from Puerto Rico (tropical Island), so i guess i shouldnt have any problems with temperature, humidity, etc. Im REALLY interested in keeping one of these beautiful animals, and im up to the challenge also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reptiloso View Post
    Are they hard to maintain? My experience with gecko's is 1 leo, which i've had for the last 5 years. Im from Puerto Rico (tropical Island), so i guess i shouldnt have any problems with temperature, humidity, etc. Im REALLY interested in keeping one of these beautiful animals, and im up to the challenge also.
    Tokays are pretty easy to maintain. The biggest hurdle is finding healthy animals and getting wild caughts acclimated. Wild caughts should have a fecal check done by a reptile vet and then treated for parasites if necessary(usually is). Once they are acclimated and if you have the right setup they are actually very easy and low maintenance. 5 years experience with a leo is great, tokays make an excellent choice as a slightly more challanging species and the next step in gecko keeping.
    Gekko, Uroplatus, Blaesodactylus, Phelsuma, Morelia

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