get rid of the heat rock..they are dangerous and have been known to kill herps from thermal burns.ok so basically I received a free used, but still usable 10-20 gallon tank with a piece of driftwood, heat rock, wood hide, and water dish. any suggestions on a reptile to get for this enclosure?
yeah, heat rock BAD!! destroy now!! as for croc skinks those things rock:clap: when i worked at this exotic petshop in fla.(deerfield beach) we always had them and everybody liked them they were very easy to keep. leopard geckos are cool too.yeah get rid of the heat rock.with a few adjustments and considering you have herp experiance get a crocodile skink(my favorite)!
If you are unconventional like me, you can flip the 10 gallon onto its side so it acts like a 10 gallon "high" and you could surely stick a tokay gecko in it then, but I agree that a 20 gallon(on it side) would be much better!A Tokay gecko would not do well in a 10g, but a 20g would house one comfortably for a little while.. just ONE.
I have a CB male Tokay... he's a beautiful, yet very challenging, gecko.