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G. validus temperatures

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Posted by: LizardCane at Thu Oct 22 06:55:04 2009  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by LizardCane ]  
   

Hi guys--I just got a pair of adult G. validus. beatiful animals. very shy, but they are warming up. Now I can watch them and they wont usually run away! The male is not as bad as the female.


My question is this: how low of a temprature is safe for them. they have a heat lamp during the day. AT night the temps are in the low 70s---that is with heat on. without heat they would drop to mid to low 60s. I'm wondering if they would be ok in an unheated room at night.

Anyone who has/had these care to shed some light? thanks


   

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