new crestie baby enclosure help

wakeskate420

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I purchased the zilla atrium package with gecko from the pangea store and also bought a large 14x8x10 kritter keeper to keep the little one in until it is large enough for the atrium. I received my package today and have set up everything and I was hoping to get some opinions on if the habitat is suitable or too busy for the little one. Also as far as temperatures go the are in the correct range, high 60s to 70s and humidity will be in the proper range when he/she arrives plus i have CGD waiting too.
*I plan on keeping the plant in no matter what to give he/she something to hide in, I'm just not sure if I should keep both pieces of wood in there or not


 

Daedric1

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The setup looks great for a little cresty!

Although a cresty will do fine in the high 60s to 70s, they tend to eat better and be more active in the mid to high 70s. Generally, 72-82 degrees is the best temperature to keep them at.

The little guy will probably do fine, but in the lower temperature range you're less likely to see a lot of activity or movement, and it may eat less. This is okay, but you might expect a little slower growth because of it.
 

wakeskate420

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The setup looks great for a little cresty!

Although a cresty will do fine in the high 60s to 70s, they tend to eat better and be more active in the mid to high 70s. Generally, 72-82 degrees is the best temperature to keep them at.

The little guy will probably do fine, but in the lower temperature range you're less likely to see a lot of activity or movement, and it may eat less. This is okay, but you might expect a little slower growth because of it.
Thanks for the heads up! I'll be sure to keep th temps in that higher range :)
 
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