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    I have an empty 75 gallon aquarium sitting and collecting dust. I would really like to turn it into a terrarium. Researching on what I could put in there, I would really like to get a gargoyle gecko for it. Does anyone see any issues with this. To big of an enclosure? To horizontal and not enough vertical? Would make it bio active with lots of plants and branches, and make sure to ventilate.

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    Gargoyles are often considered to be semi-arboreal, so a 24" height, in my opinion, is plenty. I wouldn't put a small juvenile in an enclosure that size (I started my gargoyle hatchlings in a 6qt shoebox size enclosure), but it should be fine for an adult or older juvenile.

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