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Ready to go baby colour morph leopard geckos.
Beautiful colourful baby geckos ready to go, perfect first reptile pet. Shed,eat etc perfectly.
Please no time wasters.
Collection only General information on leopard geckos:-
Leopard geckos get their name from the leopard-like spots that cover the backs of adult leopard geckos.
Leopard geckos are indigenous to the Middle East and parts of Northern India.
The most notable trait of leopard geckos is their unusually gentle disposition.
Many geckos lack eyelids, but not leopard geckos! They can even blink and close their eyes while sleeping.
Leopard geckos have a tail that can detach if grabbed by a predator, giving them time to escape.
Leopard geckos are available in many different colors and patterns.
Nearly all geckos have a voice. Leopard geckos have a small “bark” they use if agitated but are not as vocal as other gecko species.
Leopard geckos can grow up to nine inches and live for 10 or more years with proper care.
Leopard geckos are nocturnal, keeping out of the heat of the day and coming out at night to forage for food.
A leopard gecko’s gender is determined by its incubation temperature. At 90° F, virtually all the eggs are male; near 80° F, most of the eggs will be female. An incubation temperature of 85° F will produce about an equal number of males and females.
Leopard gecko tails are used to store fat; they can use this reserve in times of famine when food sources are sparse.
When hunting, mating and defending territory, leopard geckos shake their tails.
Leopard geckos have little claws instead of sticky pads like other types of geckos. They are rarely found off of the ground.
Leopard geckos don’t just eat crickets—they love all kinds of insects, including mealworms, superworms and waxworms.
Leopard geckos can see better than other gecko species. Their vision is comparable to that of a cat.

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Colour morph gecko
Current Age
3 months
CITES Article 10
No - this species does not require an Article 10 certificate