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Description

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The Crested Gecko is also known as the New Caledonian Gecko, or even an Eyelash Gecko due to its pronounced ridges that mimic eyelashes. This arboreal lizard was once though to be extinct, but it wasn't until the early 1990's that a breeding group was imported into the United States. These animals are easy to keep and breed easily in captivity. Selective breeding has introduced a wide variety of colors, patterns, and markings making this one of the most popular reptiles available today.

  • - No two Crested Geckos look alike. Their color and pattern morphs are varied, giving them distinctively unique appearances.
  • - Adult male Crested Geckos should be kept separate. Do not house different reptile species together.
  • - Nocturnal - Awake at night, sleep during the day
  • - Environment: Arboreal
  • - Diet: Omnivorous
  • - Max Size: 8 inches
  • - Lifespan: 10 years

Specifications

  • SKU

    542920

  • Primary Brand

    Petco

  • Days to Ship

    Item is not shippable

Live Animal

  • Pet Max Length

    8 IN

  • Special Diet

    Omnivore

  • Temperament

    Community

  • Care Level

    Easy

  • Pet Min Length

    3 IN

Because all reptiles are potential carriers of infectious diseases, such as Salmonella, always wash your hands before and after handling your reptile and/or habitat contents to help prevent the potential spread of diseases.

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