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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 11-07-2008, 07:00 PM Thread Starter
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Pics of geico

I would've given you guys updates ofgeico sooner but my lap tops batteries & chargers pretty much died on me. So anyways here's the super star. I think he's doing alot better now.






poor guy's back legs still haven't moved by themselves. But on the contary he's doing alot better now. And my vet says he's healty.


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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 11-07-2008, 08:28 PM
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Poor little guy! But I'm glad that you've taken him in and that he's doing well.

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Aww! He's so cute. Are you planning on keeping him?

Also his substrate looks a little dry. Common house geckos should have humidity, so I would recommend misting his tank to keep up the humidity.

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Lighting, Temperature & Humidity

House Geckos will not need full-spectrum UVB lighting. They need a heat gradient ranging from 75 degrees F to 89 degrees F during the daytime hours. Keep the lights on for a 10 to 12 hour cycle. An incandescent bulb should be the lighting source, with a ceramic heat emitter or a heating pad used at night. During night hours, keep the temperature between 65 degrees F and 70 degrees F. House Geckos need a moderate humidity level. Keeping it around 60% should suffice.
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He is cute.




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wow so thats a house gecko hes cool ive never seed one before. i wuld love to live in a plase with alot wild lizards the native reptilian variety in sweden sucks haha. my cousin haved go to florida in the states he said there was litle green lizards around you see whnever you go outside that wuld be awesome. but gieco looks cute that sad about his backlegs but atleast hes doing good.
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i'm glad he's healthy and keeping well! he's certainly a cutie!

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yeah the bedding was way dry, I just cleaned the cage and took some pics before I mist the bedding. Didn't want to get my camera wet . But thanks for the page it was helpful. I love looking up new info on anyting and everything(esp my pets). Yeah I am going to keep him. We were waiting to see if he would regain control of his legs but he never did. So now he will be a pet gecko. I want to get him more flower's & plant's but I need to let him get use to the grass & flowers I put in there already. Since he only has two legs I don't want to over whelm him with too many objects. Glad you liked the pics.


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