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RE: new here a bit of topic

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Posted by: krystal_r at Mon Mar 1 11:50:50 2010  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by krystal_r ]  
   

Hi
I see no ones has replyed so ill give it a shot. I rescued a baby tokay a few months back as well. Id say just keep the humidity and heat up. If you feed him crickets make sure to put a carrot or potato in the cage so that if they arent eaten they dont pick on the gecko. You can also try a dish with mealworms (smooth sided so they dont crawl out), this makes it easier to judge how much it is eating.

If you really want to handle him try with gloves and keep him up higher than your head, this usually keeps them more calm, because they like hieghts. but in all honesty, it is best to leave him alone as a display animal. They can get stressed pretty easily.

Feel free to message me and ill try to answer any specific questions you may have.
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