Can a crested gecko live in a 15 gallon hexagon tank

Megabeth

Super random question but i have an empty 15-gallon hexagon tank that I'm not using and in the future id like to get a crested gecko. I was wondering if a 15 gallon hex tank (12 inches long, 12 inches wide and 19 inches high) could be used for it. Also this isn't related to my first question but do you prefer leopard geckos or crested geckos. (I wouldn't keep a leopard gecko in the tank mention above lol)
 

Archangel8

I wouldn't say it would be big enough for life but for the baby stage I think it's nice. And cresties all the way
 
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AggressiveAquatics

Crested geckos like to clone and jump so a taller tank is better than a short long tank. The preferred height for a crestie tank is 18-20 so I guess you could. But a fish tank doesn’t have good ventilation like a reptile cage does. I don’t know if this applies to the same thing but I used to keep chameleons a while back but I don’t recommend feeding crickets. Oh wait they don’t eat crickets they eat stuff like repashy food.
 
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