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    5.6.1 Crested geckos
    1.1.0 leos
    1.0.0 Gargoyle

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      Here's a picture of a gecko I rescued recently, I was told it was housed with a breeding pair... that he believed the other male beat it up and messed up it's spine, but it looks like an obvious case of mbd, I checked and couldn't find any calcium sacs whatsoever. I don't understand how people just let this kind of thing happen, I was shocked when I saw the poor guy He's getting liquid calcium now and uvb light, I've soaked in pedialyte/water and have been working on the stuck shed and neosporin(without painkiller) for the cut on his face. I lectured a bit, couldn't help myself.. hopefully his other two don't suffer the same fate, they looked healthy when I saw them and he said he would stop letting them breed.
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