Using Sand in Gecko Enclosure

Should I use sand for my gecko? Some say it's dangerous.

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September 25, 20100 found this helpful

Sand can be ingested when the gecko eats and could cause impaction. A few people might say that you can use calcium sand, which is altogether different than sand, but it has also been known to cause impaction problems. The best choice is probably newspapers or paper towels.

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