I have two crested gecko baby's who need some light care while I'm gone for about 5 days vacation. They both have their own separate tank as they cannot be housed together so please do not try putting them together. During the daytime, their tanks should be at least 50-70% humid and at least above 70 degrees. At night is when they are up and active, so tank should be at 75-90% humidity and 65-75 degrees. So a light mist during the day and then a heavier mist at night is needed. They both have the same eating schedule, eat Pangea two days a week and crickets one day a week. While I am gone though, you can feed them strictly Pangea for the 3 days they eat. Aside from misting their tank and feeding them when needed, they are easy to care for and do not need anything else beyond that.