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  • jubalbus
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    Do you mind posting the dimensions of the tank?

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  • Lovelyanddekstest
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    55 gallon should be fine for an ADULT garg, nothing smaller then 30g. And yes, leachies like cozier homes. Just because they’re way bigger then cresties, they use about the same size enclosure as them.

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  • TAD
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    I don't have a leachie, but have been reading up on them. I've read that they like things a little more "cozy" than the smaller geckos. Hopefully somebody with a leachie can give you more specifics.

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  • ColleenTroi
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    i think it would be fine once the gargoyle is an adult. babies need to be able to find their food, and sometimes get lost in such a big enclosure. it is tall, so i think it would work great.

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  • TinTin
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    I dont plan on tirning it vertical because its very high already but is 55 gallons good enough for a leachianus?

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  • TAD
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    Yes, the same care. If you can make the tank vertical, it would probably be fine for an ADULT gargoyle. Too big for a hatchling or juvie.

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  • TinTin
    started a topic Should i get a gargoyle gecko??

    Should i get a gargoyle gecko??

    So i have a 55 gallon aquarium sitting here with a screen top and im interested in gargoyle geckos so is 55 gallons too much for a gargoyle? And is the gargoyle gecko care the same as crested gecko because i have a crested.
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