Leopard geckos are hardy and docile geckos making them a great first pet reptile. As they do not require large amounts of space or expensive lighting, the Leopard Geckos have become increasingly popular pets over the years. A variety of colour patterns have emerged over the years due to selective breeding. This includes, but is not limited to Albinos, Leucistics, and High Yellows. Although baby Leopard Geckos may be skittish at first, they are easily tamed. As with other geckos, they do best with a warm hiding area, and a cooler hiding area.
- - Leopard geckos get their name from the leopard-like spots that cover their backs. Many geckos lack eyelids, but not leopard geckos! They can even blink and close their eyes while sleeping
- - Adult male leopard geckos can be territorial and should be housed separately. Do not house different reptile species together
- - Nocturnal - Awake at night, sleep during the day
- - Environment: Desert
- - Diet: Insectivore
- - Max Size: 22cm
- - Lifespan: 20 years
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