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by , 02-12-2013 at 05:43 PM (580 Views)
Well back to the lighting situation i had yesterday, i went and exchanged the 200 watt light to a 75 watt light and the temperature seems to stay at steady 91 degrees which is very good! My gecko doesnt seem to be bothered by it, and actually likes to just chill outside of its rock and bask, mainly just sleep lol. But something else i was concerned about was creating a humid hide for her. My tank is only a 10 gallon so there isnt that much space, so if anyone could please tell me a proper solution to help create a good humid hide for my gecko id appreciate it because before i got the new light she has been having terrible sheds and ive been having to help get most of it off her face, so now she is good. so please leave a comment!
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  1. blazingecko11's Avatar
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    100 watt***
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  2. Elizabeth Freer's Avatar
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    A leo needs a warm end (88-93 F) and a cool end (mid 70s F). Impossible to do within a 10 gallon tank.

    Lighting/heating needs to be on a thermostat for the saftety of your leo as well as your home.

    Consider getting a 20 gallon LONG: 30 inches x 12.5 inches x 12.5 inches.

    The leo in your avatar looks really nice! Is he yours?

    I see you have many questions. Very understandable.

    How about beginning a single thread in the leo forum to address all your questions? Kinda like seeing a primary care provider
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    Thanks for the feed back!, but for some reason the hot side stays at 91°my and my gecko loves to lay outside of her rock and bask. So from this information, am I doing something wrong? She's pretty smart actually, like she knows when its too hot and knows when it's cold. Her behavior is more accurate than most leos.
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  4. Elizabeth Freer's Avatar
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    Post a new thread right here for all your questions: Leopard Geckos | and other Eublepharis - Geckos Unlimited

    Much better than a blog.......
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