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    Default Different sized gargoyles together

    I have two females I am pretty sure of and was wondering if no could house them together how that they are both female. One is 15 grams and one is 32 grams

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    I'd be hesitant to house them together as one is double the size of the other.

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    I would highly recommend against it. Gargs tend to be more aggressive then cresteds in general. Especially with the size diffrence it could be disastrous

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    If I kept a close eye on them once the small one is bigge do you think they'd be okay in a 40 gallon together?

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    If you decide to house them when they are the same weight (When older) a 40gallon should be fine as long as you provide them with multiple hiding spots and 2 food dishes. As I said before I would not recommend housing them together until the small on catches up weight wise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GalaxyGecko View Post
    If you decide to house them when they are the same weight (When older) a 40gallon should be fine as long as you provide them with multiple hiding spots and 2 food dishes. As I said before I would not recommend housing them together until the small on catches up weight wise.
    Thank you! Very helpful

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