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    Hello! My name is Megan and I am thinking about getting a Crested Gecko next year, possibly March. I know most of the basics, like the cage size, food, decor needs. For the habitat I am going to flip a twenty gallon vertical, and place a lid with a door. I also own two mice, a dog, and two chickens. I hope to learn more about Cresties!

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    Hi Megan, welcome!

    Are you considering a young crestie, or an older one? Will you be doing live or fake plants? Thank you for doing the research before getting your crestie. I'm sure he or she will have a great home with you! Ask whatever questions you have.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TAD View Post
    Hi Megan, welcome!

    Are you considering a young crestie, or an older one? Will you be doing live or fake plants? Thank you for doing the research before getting your crestie. I'm sure he or she will have a great home with you! Ask whatever questions you have.
    Most likely a young crestie, but I wouldn't mind a full grown. I will be using silk plants, because I don't have any experience with live plants... Better to go the safer route! I will most definitely be asking questions once I don't understand something! Thanks for the welcome!

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