Can Crested Geckos Eat Strawberries?

Yes, crested geckos can eat strawberries! Strawberries offer good stuff like vitamins and antioxidants such as vitamin C and manganese, which help keep them healthy and growing well. However, the following two things you must keep in mind: 1) Treat, not staple! Strawberries shouldn’t be a main course. They don’t have the perfect balance of … Read more

What Temp to Incubate Crested Gecko Eggs

The best temperature for hatching crested gecko eggs is a bit cooler, around 68-70 degrees Fahrenheit (20-21 degrees Celsius). Even though this cooler time takes longer (about 90-120 days), it’s thought to be good for the baby geckos growing inside. Research has found that geckos hatched at cooler temperatures usually come out bigger and with … Read more

Crested Gecko Eggs Dented (Why & What To Do)

The main reason eggs of crested geckos get dented is because they don’t have enough moisture- Dehydration. Also, if the eggs are partly covered or not properly buried, it can cause dents too. But, there’s no need to panic! Even if the eggs have dents, they can still hatch just fine. If the dent is … Read more

What To Do With Unexpected Crested Gecko Eggs?

Congratulations on your unexpected surprise! Just kidding 🙂 However, if your crested gecko suddenly laid some eggs and you are completely surprised, first Identify if they are fertile! We have a detailed guideline on identifying fertile crested gecko eggs. Check out this from this link. Once you are sure they are firtle, take the eggs … Read more

What to Do With Infertile Crested Gecko Eggs?

Before you do anything, be completely sure the eggs are infertile. Sometimes development can be delayed. While unlikely, there is a small chance that development might not be readily apparent, especially in the early stages. That’s why, wait a few days (around a week) and then try candling the eggs again to see if there … Read more

How to Tell If Crested Gecko Eggs Are Fertile?

It’s normal for some eggs to be infertile, even in a clutch from a healthy pair of crested geckos. But how you can check this? Well, there are two ways to identify if your crested gecko’s eggs are fertile or not. Both are easy but the first one is the most reliable and accurate. Here’s … Read more

How Long Do Crested Gecko Eggs Take to Hatch?

Crested gecko eggs typically hatch after 60–90 days, with an average of 70–75 days. But, the time it takes for the eggs to hatch mostly depends on the temperature. Here’s the lowdown on crested gecko egg incubation: Incubation Time However, keep in mind that, some geckos may have naturally faster or slower development. While you … Read more

Why did my Crested Gecko Egg Die?

This is the WORST part about breeding a crested gecko! Unfortunately, there are several reasons why a crested gecko egg might not develop or die before hatching. The most common reason is infertility! However, here are some other possible reasons: On the other hand, Physical Damage also comes into play in this case! If the … Read more

Why Does My Crested Gecko Pee on Me?

Well, first off, most geckos, including crested geckos, can’t be trained to use a potty like a dog or a cat. So, when you hold them, there’s a good chance they might pee on you. But why does this happen? They might be feeling nervous, excited, or upset. Stress is a big one. Geckos, like … Read more