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    Hi!! I've had my cute little Gecko for over a month now, he's 5 months old and weirdly enough, I've never actually seen him shed? Is this normal? There doesnt seem to be any dead skin or stuck shed either, not even the toes. I find this really weird... However I do notice sometimes he gets more pale and the day after he's all pretty and bright! It surprised me one or two times already.

    Would love to hear what y'all think! Thanks

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    He's shedding at night! When you're asleep!

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    Quote Originally Posted by acpart View Post
    He's shedding at night! When you're asleep!

    Aliza
    That makes sense. I guess he's just a pro at shedding I have not seen any traces of him doing it yet

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saren View Post
    That makes sense. I guess he's just a pro at shedding I have not seen any traces of him doing it yet
    : Good shedding happens when a gecko's humidity is j-u-s-t right!
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    They eat their shed, so if he's doing it at night, you won't see any trace of it. I've had my crestie for almost 2 years, and I have never seen him shed.
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