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  • what size screem cages do people use for 1.2?np

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  • #2
    bigger the better? anytign under 30 gallon shouldnt be used in my opinion.. i guess u can get away with a 20 but only for 1 gecko.. biggest size u can afford/fit is best size

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    • #3
      Originally posted by gcxbrian
      bigger the better? anytign under 30 gallon shouldnt be used in my opinion.. i guess u can get away with a 20 but only for 1 gecko.. biggest size u can afford/fit is best size
      i completely agree i think the bigger the better because that way they'll have more space to "romp" ( i like that word lol) around and climb and stuff, but thats just me.
      Vadalism:Beautiful as a rock in a cops face

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      • #4
        im using a 40H for my 1.2 setup
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        • #5
          Yeah and like (v)@tt said, it gives them more room to "romp", giving them room to do the stuff they enjoy like jumping.
          Listen to them. Children of the night. What music they make. ---Count Dracula

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          • #6
            Yeah I use a 40 gal. tall glass tank but the bigger the better.
            Derek Dunlop
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            • #7
              I dont like glass cages as they are harder to clean and I just find them a pain. I use rubbermaids as they are cheap and light but today Im hopefully ordering my gargoyles so I want to try getting 2 16x16x29 screen cages for a trio of each species i own.

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              • #8
                yea.. also, the geckos might not be able to see through the glass, causing them to jump into them, and runnign into them

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