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    It's been a few weeks now. Any growth or other changes?
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    WOW! Good job with this, definitely going to follow some of your examples here. Glad it turned out so well for you!

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    Sorry for the being away for this for a while, I was out of town recently and forgot about the forums. My vivarium is doing pretty well, and I did move some stuff. I will post pics soon because I am putting in my gecko within the next few days. I have put my bugs in and they have just taken off in breeding and are all over eating mold! Al the plants are doing pretty well for the most part and everything looks gecko ready. I do have one problems though. There is some water build up in the bottom and I was wondering how I should go about on taking it out. Any ideas on how to get it out? Thanks for all the help and I hope everyone can see my gecko in his new home!

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    So I finally got my gecko into the tank! He seemed very happy and started running all over. He wasn't showing his red color for the photos but it's all good. Here are the photos of how I rearranged the tank a few weeks ago and pictures of my gecko running all around. Hope you all enjoy!
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    I dont know why they are all sideways, sorry for the unconvinced, but I still hope everyone can enjoy them!

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    That looks great! I have a supplies shipment of dirt, enclosure, etc from NEherp on tussah and the plants come on Friday. I can't wait to set up my viv. Yours is amazing though!
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    Yea, NEHerp is great, they are who sold me all my stuff. I hope your tank turns out great and please posts pictures of your build!

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    Looks like it's coming along very well! Are you having any trouble maintaining humidity levels with so much screen in the cover?
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    I was having trouble with humidity a little then I started just misting the screen and covering it with some towels at night. It stays at around 75-90 during the night and then it mists a couple times at night anyways so if the water dries up it gets remisted by the automatic mister. Thanks for the concern and I hope you guys all enjoyed my cage build and seeing me put my gecko in!

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