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Leopard Geckos - Albino
Common Name: Leopard Gecko
Scientific Name: Eublepharis macularius
Food: Crickets, wax worms, and mealworms
Native to: Pakistan, Northern India, Iran, Iraq and Afghanistan
Maximum Length: 7-9 inches including tail
Please Note: The weights and lengths of our animals may vary slightly
Life Span: 15-18+ years
An albino leopard gecko will have a banded pattern that is pink and yellow. They typically have yellow eyes with some blue on their eyelids.
Being nocturnal animals they are more active during dusk and dawn. Leopard Geckos originate from dry rocky areas found in Afghanistan and Pakistan; however, importing these animals is no longer necessary due to their popularity in the breeding world. The juveniles have lots of energy but quickly become used to handling. The adult Leopard Geckos are very docile and are easy to breed. Leopard Geckos will drop their tails as a defense mechanism and will regenerate a new tail. When handling your gecko, hold the entire animal, not just by their tail. The new tail looks and feels very different from their original tail. The pattern on the juvenile geckos breaks apart into a spotted pattern as the gecko ages so adult and juveniles look very different from each other.
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6/11/2014 11:51 AM
My female just got here a little while ago and the coloration and patterns are better than I expected.
6/19/2013 10:31 AM
I recieved my leopard gecko from Reptiles by Mack almost a year ago, and he is as healthy as can be! When I recieved him, his tail was a good size for a juvenile, and he was a phenominal eater (and still is!) Thanks so much!