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    I just set up a 40 breeder for each of my Leo’s. Heat pad covers a little over 1/3 of the bottom. My females humid hide is still curing since I seal the extra holes from the packaging with silicone.

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    your geckos will love that! good job.

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    Any other thoughts on the enclosures?

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    It looks good! If you just want to add a little color, get a couple sprigs of greenery from a thrift or craft store.
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    I would use a container which isn’t transparent(humid hide) in order for them to feel more secure.

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    That was a temporary humid hide while hers cured. She now has the same one you see in the bottom enclosure

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    I read something different the first time I read it . Sorry about that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sg612 View Post
    I read something different the first time I read it . Sorry about that.
    Its fine I wasn't specific. Both of them aren't quite themselves since the move but that's to be expected.

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    Unfortunately their temps are not what they need to be, the geckos are going back into 20 longs

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    You just have to add more heating. Bigger heat mat and or a combination of overhead heating. You want to try and create as many temperature climates as possible. It does not have to be one temp in one spot or a specific temp. It takes a bit of work and creativity to provide the best environment possible, however, it benefits your geckos.

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