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  • Crested Lady
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    Great idea!

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  • E.G.H.
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    My proudest Martha Stewart on a budget and obsessed with her geckos moment was when after finding a unique chunk of wood, i took it home, sanded it down, drilled holes in it, and added a dollar's worth of silk flowers from michaels. Its pretty awesome looking, was really cheap and my gecko loves it. It cost a dollar total, plus maybe 1 cent for the electricity or something.

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  • gcxbrian
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    i dont think i understand the terms.. upside down on the side of teh cage? my 2 hatchlings are housed in a 5 gallon tank with a plant and a vine. they are fien with those so far..

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  • crazy4cresteds6
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    plants

    thanks for all the ideas i think i know what im going to do

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  • DDReptiles
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    I get some of those bend-a fines and I get plastic plants from Wal-Mart and another craft shop. (AC Moore). I also use egg crates in most of my baby tanks.

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  • crazy4cresteds6
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    plants

    thx sarah im gonna go out later

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  • Crested Lady
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    I get the Fluker's Bend-a-Branch at PetsMart. Any silk leaves I get, I purchase at craft stores. That way you pay $10 for a huge bunch of silk leaves instead of $15 for a dinky 6-ft. strand. Just be sure to wash everything off before putting it into the enclosure.

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  • crazy4cresteds6
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    to few plants

    thanks for the advice im gonna get some more plants and branches as soon as my mom gets back from sandiego. in your opinion where is the best place to get fake leaves and branches?

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  • Crested Lady
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    Try putting a few more branches in the enclosure, or switching things around so he doesn't get bored and hang on the glass. If your gecko hangs upside down for too long, it can lead to floppy tail.

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  • DDReptiles
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    It is normal for cresteds to hang on the wall some do it some don't. Though a few more plants could help possibly.

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  • crazy4cresteds6
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    to few plants?!?!

    is it weird for my crestie to sit upside down on the side of his cage alot? i have 2 of those exo terra fake plants in the cage along with two fake jungle vines. please give feedback.
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