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    Question is this good for a hatchling?


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    so i finally figured out when i am getting my gecko! (in april)
    and i have no idea how old the one i chooe is going to be, so i got a kritter keeper to put him in if i get a babe. it is 12in tall, 15in wide and 8in length. is this okay for a little gecko? if not i will buy a different one and use this one for travel.


    thank you!!!!!

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    The measurements seem fine for a hatchling to small juvenile but as he gets bigger you'll want to move up to at-least a 10 gallon tank ( at least.) I use 12.12.18 exo-terras for my cresteds.
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    Agreed^. A Kritter Keeper will work fine. However, a 10gal is also fine for a hatchling/juvenile provided you have enough foliage/hides/cover/etc. to ensure your gecko feels secure. Since you have time before you're getting him/her, you could always invest in one as soon as you can find one you're happy with, and work on getting it set up well in advance. If you post pics, people will be more than happy to offer suggestions to help you out.
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    Thumbs up thank you


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    i do have a 18x 18x 24x inches exoterra tank, so i'm good when he/she grows up. thanks for your help. i will post pictures when my camera gets fixed, but until then, ya'll will have to wait lol!

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