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Old 04-08-2003, 07:02 AM   #1
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Got Another 33 gallon tank.

But this one is for Geckos.
I bought a Leapord gecko lastnight from a clean Breeder that I know pretty good, and buying another High yellow tonight.

Got lots of room for them in the 33 gallon.
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I Spent way too much Money on them lol, not buying the Geckos but Spoiling them rotten he he he.

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I like geckos, but dont really like the idea of another non-active creature in the house.
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They are pretty active actually, they are pretty cool.
They Bask in the day while i'm gone to classes. and hunt at night. mind you they are getting used to a big desert sceen compared to the little 10 gallon they were held in but they are only 8 weeks old. So there is some growing to do lol.
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