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    Default Lizard decision help

    So i have an 10 gallon tank i dont keep anything in and I'm thinking about getting another lizard. What kind should i get? Ive been thinking leopard gecko but idk.
    Vanna 0.1.0 Crested Gecko

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    Join Date
    Oct 2016
    East-central Wisconsin


    I've never had one, but it seems like leos are good starter lizards. Their care is different than cresties though, so make sure you research those also, before you make a final decision.
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    Turn it upright and get a crestie or leave flat and get a pictus/panther gecko. Leos are wayyyy better in a 20g

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    I would definitely recommend a Leo is youre comfortable feeding live food. They can live in a 10 gallon, but full grown a 20 long is much better. When I moved my leo to a 20 he actually became more active. As a baby/juvie he was perfectly happy in a 10 though. Good luck with your choice😊

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    Join Date
    Nov 2011
    Somerville, MA


    Banded geckos (Coleonyx) are like tiny leopard geckos and could do well in a 10 gallon.



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