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Join Date: Jun 2007
Location: Southern-ish Minnesota
30% is too low of humidity for cresties. Bearded dragons should even have a little bit higher than that, and they are desert dwellers.
I read that crested geckos need a humidity of 65-75% (correct me if Im wrong Kayla... I dont know half as much about these guys as you do!), so keep up with the spraying, and try to keep your viv less ventilated. A UTH should help ALOT, especially if you put a shallow dish of water on the ground. The heat from the UTH will evaporate the water, and make it more humid. Try to get a small/low powered one though, because relular UTH will get a too hot for the geckos, unless you have a really really thick layer of substrate.
And personally, I dont use tap water for my lizard, but I dont think it will hurt them. You can buy water conditioner for reptiles if you are worried.
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