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    So lately in my area the temps have started to decrease from 95 to around 85 in the day and to 68 at night, usually in my area each year the temps will tend to drop below its usual temps in winter, which always leaves us with this cold unpredictable weather. So to prevent my geckos from freezing i tend to turn on my house heaters 24/7 and they seem to be fine with it. So I'm wondering how do you guys keep the heat up for your leo's during the winter?

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    Quote Originally Posted by slime View Post
    So lately in my area the temps have started to decrease from 95 to around 85 in the day and to 68 at night, usually in my area each year the temps will tend to drop below its usual temps in winter, which always leaves us with this cold unpredictable weather. So to prevent my geckos from freezing i tend to turn on my house heaters 24/7 and they seem to be fine with it. So I'm wondering how do you guys keep the heat up for your leo's during the winter?
    Please check the Leo Guidelines for ways to keep your leo toasty year round.

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