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RE: Mixing Species

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Posted by: nile_keepr at Fri Nov 21 13:08:40 2008  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by nile_keepr ]  
   

Early in my entry into reptile keeping, I was keeping a leopard gecko in a large enclosure with a pair of picta geckos.

Surprisingly, given their smaller size, I found the picta (especially the male) were by far the more aggressive - especially around feeding time. I soon had to move them into seperate enclosures, due to the leo getting his tail handed to him (not literally) everytime food was introduced.

Mixing species seems like a cool idea, but its just not worth the risk of injuring your animals. Shell out the $20 for a 10 gal.


   

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