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    Default Crested Gecko's eye cloudiness


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    So as of Monday morning I noticed some cloudiness one my crested's eye, and normally when I see this in a reptile, for instance my snake, I assume it means they're about to shed, but when I looked at the other eye it was perfectly normal. Very confused on what this could mean and a little worried.

    Here's the photos:
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    And to try and speed up finding a cause I'll try to preemptively answer some general questions:

    He's eating normal, he has never been a huge eater and still isn't
    He's being misted twice a day and I have a humidit/thermometer, he usually hovers around 70~ humidity and about 76-78F.
    His waste has been normal to my viewing
    He hasn't shed in a while (Why i originally thought to be the cause)
    Substrate is bioactive, so it's generally very clean
    I had him out just now for those photos and he's as active as usual, he even jumped onto my camera while he was looking at it.
    He's very young, I purchased him in june and I believe he was only a few months then.
    Last edited by Gavinb612; 10-08-2019 at 08:58 PM.

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