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    Hello everyone, long time no post for me.

    We recently upgraded all our Crested Gecko's and I have a leftover Exo Terra 12x12x12 terrarium that housed a baby. This terrarium is small, so not much that can be done with it. I was wondering if there was anything that could comfortably live in an enclosure of that size, or if there was anything "creative" or non-herp related that could be done with it.
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    Ive seen a lot of people house small frogs like the dart frogs and make it a living vivarium. Its so beautiful and so are the frogs. Ive also seen them house the smaller geckos. Ive even seen people use them as a succulent garden

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    I agree with perfecthair - some small frogs, perhaps something like bumblebee frogs would be fine in there. I've 'heard' of people keeping a single small gecko such as a P Klemmeri or a L williamsi in an enclosure slightly smaller than 12x12x12 but I've never actually seen it. Keeping williamsi myself and given how active they are my personal opinion is that the tank isn't quite tall enough, but a single male may be an option?

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    Tarantula's dont need much room, aslons as they get food they are happy

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    Mourning gecko
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    I have Sphaerodactylus in my 12x12x12.

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    Viper geckos and you can have a group in there. That's what we are looking for at the moment

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lozmick geckos View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lozmick geckos View Post
    Viper geckos and you can have a group in there. That's what we are looking for at the moment
    Not looking for anymore finally got a trio of them
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