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    Well, individuals ARE individuals but if I dont get one who tolerates worms thats gonna be a downfall =/. Can't afford the gamble of an animal's life. Crested then, huh? Its just I'd like to have a terrestrial reptile thats still fun.. unfortunately 95% (dont ask where I got that number) of gecko species are insectivores.
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    I wouldn't risk it--stick with the Rhac! ...there's always blue tongue skinks though...

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    Yeah I wouldn't risk it either. Heck if they're more cricket-lovers I wouldn't even get it when I get my own house! Can't stand crickets.. Crestie wins over Leopard. Now... Crested Gecko vs BTS vs Croc Skink uggggggg.

    Okay if you check out that thread I posted my handling experince. Didnt like the claws at all LOL.
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    Oh yeah, but really the sweetness overthrows you in the end...

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    Crested then, huh? Its just I'd like to have a terrestrial reptile thats still fun.. unfortunately 95% (dont ask where I got that number) of gecko species are insectivores.
    ? Cresties *are* fun IMHO. What could be more fun, unless it was a kitten or puppy? lol

    Seriously, how are leos more fun? Is it that you wanted something that would hunt insects? I'm not being sarcastic, I just only know cresties, and am wondering why another gecko would be considered more fun.
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