Earlier this week I welcomed home my newest pet, a young G. hainanensis! He (it could still be a female but I was told it's male) came from someone who bought him from a pet shop around a year ago. They were going to college and didn't want him anymore and I gladly took him in. I put him into quarantine and left him alone for a few days then took him out for a few moments to clean his enclosure and snap a few pics. One thing that stands out to me is just how tiny he is. I heard cave geckos are generally smaller than leos and I know he is only around a year old but he barely weighs 8.9 g. Is he too small for his age? I'm really used to my chunky leopard gecko (who had to be put on a "diet") and I've never seen an adult cave gecko in person so it's hard for me to judge what's considered too big or too small for these guys.