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After keeping them for 1 month in their kritter keepers, we move them to this UNIQUE plastic tub design to grow them up to ...
3-4 months of age.
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Wally Kern: Hi, this is Wally Kern with supreme Gecko again. I am in the process of moving some of my smaller Gecko's, some of the new borns that are about a month old or so. From these smaller Gecko keepers to a larger grow up container that's about 19 curbs, so here is the small Gecko keeper, I keep a paper towel or small piece of plastic plant and egg carton in there, and if you see the to crested Gecko where going to go ahead move this one over to the bigger at closer.
Now okay well set and in goes the little crested Gecko, and again you can see that this in closer, there is 19 curb have some plastic plants. I will go ahead and through in a paper towel, and I throw in some egg cartons in here, just to get him or for her little bit extra room to hide. I keep the paper towels and moist paper towels and their just they have a little bit of humidity in this enclosure as you can see though that I have the air holes along the sides and that allows be to nest in the evening and also loves for ventilation.
So there we have, we've moved our smaller crested Gecko that's about a month old in to this new closure and I'll keep the crested Gecko in their for about another two months are so.