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    I don't mean to sound stupid here, but never heard of doing this with my lizzards.. I have just always kept it around 85 to 90 during the day and turn off all heat and lighting at night letting it drop in low 70's to high 60's. It has worked perfect for my guys. Is this something that has to be done for lizzards??

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    Some species require it more than others. Leopard geckos generally don't.

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