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    I'm Sidney, I'm getting ready to acquire a CB Baby Tokay Gecko. I have a 55 gal. tank sitting around and decided about a month ago to turn it into a vivarium. I figured I'd put a gecko in it to finish it off, since I have the space I decided to go with the Tokay for their beautiful color and vocalization (my house is somewhat noisy already so a barking lizard won't be anymore noisy, lol. I have light/heat source and substrate covered, basically leftovers from the Mangrove setup before he got put in his walk in enclosure several years ago. I came across this site a few weeks ago when I was doing heavy research on the web about Tokays. Can't believe everything you hear on the internet so I read as much as I can and do comparisons. This method and books seem to work best, for me that is. Anyways, I will just float around and listen to what the experienced have to say about keeping Tokays.

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    Welcome to GU. Can't tell you much about tokays, but I'm sure you'll hear from people eventually (or else, post in the tokay section if you haven't done so already).

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    Welcome to GU! tokay geckos are hardy animals, buy them as captive-bred to avoid all the odds of imports -stress, internal parasites, mites, and so forth. They are very adaptable geckos and provided their enclosure is high enough with enough hiding spots, they are farily easy to keep and breed. Best of luck with them!
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    Thank you. That is exactly why I want captive bred.
    1 Mangrove Monitor
    1 Rio Grande Red Ear Slider
    1 Spiny Soft Shell
    1 Beagle
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