06-01-2009, 02:34 PM
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Originally Posted by willow
swankycat..first of all Welcome
you have some great information to share,do you own geckos ?
would love to see pictures of them and their set ups if you do.
my personal preferance(and that's just me)i wouldn't put a baby on any type of sand
their aim can be pretty pants,and they would injest a little more than i would like,
however there are people who have used it throughout their geckos lives and never
come across a problem.
you could always place their food in a dish(perhaps the ones desingned for a rodent)
then you reduce the risk even more.
you could even have a half and half set up with a devider,so you keep the food on
the non sand side,
there are i have seen some wonderful set ups on a reptile site i visit,and the people there
made things for their geckos to climb on covered with sand then sealed,they look
im glad people agree with baby substrate choices. And I also totally agree with feeding in a dish, or even outisde the tank, thats what I do.
WAIT NO LEO?