Binky is the only female I've had who has had problems shedding on her own, other than her sister, Slinky. She seems to have
grown out of it. When she first arrived, she ate like an insane beast, grabbing silkworms and shaking her head violently
back and forth, splattering their innards all over her cage. It was definitely a unique spectacle.
At one point, I attempted to house her with Myrtle- big mistake. Myrtle will not consent to share her living space, and
that housing idea was quickly canned. Then i tried to house her with Slinky, her own sister, who also was a witch to her.
One day I thought to house her with Penguin, and they've gotten along well. Overall, Binky is a pretty mellow lady. In
some ways, when she is just letting it all hang out, she reminds me of my first gecko, Jeeves. And just as Jeeves was, so
is Binky, awesome to have in my family. I haven't tried to breed her yet, I may in the future.
**10/07 update** I still have yet to try and breed Binky. These days she has a cage all to herself, and she's a hoot
|Binky's original purchase picture
Muftin Geckos * Corvallis * OR * USA
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