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    Default Does anyone elses crested gecko do this?

    My crested gecko seems to like to lie on top of the exoterra wall background i don't know why, is it bad does anyone elses gecko do this ill include a picture below

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    That's my crestie's favourite hiding spot. He's gonna outgrow it soon but he's up there quite a bit. I think he feels secure in there during the day

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    Mine used to do it, but then he learned how to get to the back so I blocked it off as well as the bottom I blocked off.
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    haha one of my adults *still* does that. don't worry, its not weird.
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    Yup, I used to have juvies that did that and would get behind the background... So I had to stuff it with paper towels to keep that from happening. I think it's their favorite spot

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    My garg LOVES to do that. I think they just like that it is a cave-like horizontal surface high up.

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    I was afraid they would get stuck so I stuffed some moss in the cracks and now they like to hide in the hanging moss.
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    And folks that right there is a female lioness stalking her prey in the dense brush! Sorry the geckos position made me think of that haha! Very cool gecko, my curl up or hang in the weirdest spots its normal,
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    When I had my ExoTerras, my cresties used to do that...then they grew too large to fit. lol

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