Crickets are a popular treat for crested geckos but can also nibble on a crested gecko. Is it safe to leave crickets in with a crested gecko?
A lot of reptiles live on or near the ground. But what about the crested gecko that is mostly seen in trees? Is the crested gecko arboreal?
Pets can sometimes be smelly or even stink. But do crested geckos stink or smell and what can you do about a smelly terrarium?
Crested geckos are usually kept in large tanks (30-gallon). But bigger tanks do exist. Are such big tanks too big for crested geckos?
A lot of people have an old 20-gallon tank and want to convert it to a crested gecko tank. But can a crested gecko live in a 20-gallon long?
If you already have an (old) 10-gallon tank you might want to use it for a crested gecko. But is this suitable and how to convert it?
Crested geckos need accessories to provide climbing and hiding possibilities. Learn what accessories you need to care for a crested gecko.
The crested gecko has some very interesting features. In this article, we’ll go through the entire crested gecko anatomy from head to toe.
Crested geckos originate from a humid region and need the right humidity levels to stay healthy. What humidity do crested geckos need?
Crested gecko care doesn’t have to be difficult. In fact, crested geckos are quite easy to take care of when you know the basic principles.