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    That might work.

    I just stuck vines into the pipe insulation, that works pretty well.

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    Laura I am stealing your idea of using the pipe insulation as branches! My mom said she liked the look of that. I just need to figure out how to set up plants in there since you say they don't stick. =/

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    I was thinking... Actually I was browsing the site and I came across this: http://www.pangeareptile.com/store/c...um-set-up.html Would this be okay for a gecko for it's whole life? I like it because it comes with a free gecko. I think it's a great deal.

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    I have a bunch of the Rzillas, and I like them a lot. I move geckos into them around 15-20g. I'd start off with something a big smaller for a hatchling/juvie, however. Go ahead and pick up a kritter keeper, and it's handy to feed crickets in once you move them up to the rzilla anyways.

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    Okay thanks! How big of a kritter keeper should I get?

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    I would start off with the large Kritter Keeper. I keep my babies in that size.
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    Thanks would a sterilite container be okay, of course as long as there is air and its big enough?

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    Could you do a Vivarium in these sand fire cages?

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