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How to Sex A Leopard Gecko

By Snaketracks / January 16, 2021

Leopard Gecko Gender Learning how to sex a leopard gecko is not too hard and will help you to in caring for them. It’s also a key skill to have if you plan on breeding your leopard geckos. Additionally if you want to keep leopard geckos together it’s also very handy since two males will […]

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Leopard Gecko Taming

By Snaketracks / January 16, 2021

How to Tame A Leopard Gecko If you need to tame your leopard gecko, then it means it is aggressive and you will first want to find the root cause of their aggression. Leopard geckos are generally not aggressive by nature so there is usually a reason for their change in temperament. Aggressive behavior in […]

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How Old Is My Leopard Gecko?

By Snaketracks / January 13, 2021

How Old Is My Leopard Gecko? Have you wondered how old is my leopard gecko? If you got it as a baby, you probably know, but if you got it as an adult then you may not. Finding out your leopard geckos age can be hard but is possible through a combination of measurements including […]

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Do Leopard Geckos Like To Climb?

By Snaketracks / January 10, 2021

Do Leopard Geckos Climb? Leopard geckos like to climb some but in general are terrestrial, meaning that they love to stay close to or near the ground. Now, does that mean that all leopard geckos can’t or won’t try to climb? Not necessarily. However, leopard geckos do enjoy climbing and are pretty good climbers, but […]

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Can Leopard Geckos Live Together?

By Snaketracks / January 9, 2021

Can Leopard Geckos Live Together? Leopard geckos can maybe live together. There are some things to take into account including their health, environment, behavior, gender, and size. Before you jump the gun and try to get a second leopard gecko to live with your current one, slow down and make sure you take the right […]

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Leopard gecko mouth rot

By Snaketracks / January 5, 2021

Leopard gecko mouth rot Leopard gecko mouth rot occurs when small cuts along the reptile’s mouth or gums get infected or when tiny bits of food stuck in their teeth leads to infection. Leopard geckos make great first reptiles because they only grow to around 10 inches and don’t need a large tank. A 10-gallon […]

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Best Substrate for Leopard Geckos

By Snaketracks / December 24, 2020

Best Substrate for Leopard Geckos If you are thinking about getting a pet leopard gecko or already have one but aren’t sure if they are comfortable with their current substrate, this article is for you. Leopard geckos are quickly becoming a popular beginner’s reptile due to their easy handling and the fact that they require […]

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Crested Gecko VS Leopard Gecko

By Snaketracks / September 28, 2020

Both the leopard and crested geckos are low maintenance reptiles that make excellent pets, especially for novices. Additionally, both are long-lived. These characteristics have made them popular among reptile enthusiasts. So what is the difference between the leopard and the crested gecko? What’s The Difference Between Crested Geckos & Leopard Geckos? The clear and most […]

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Best Pet Gecko

By Snaketracks / June 1, 2020

Best Pet Gecko The best pet gecko Geckos are the ones you choose ultimately. They make good pets are smart and docile and have pleasant personalities. They are also hardy and easy to maintain. There are over 1,600 different species of geckos but the ones that are most often kept as pets are usually under a foot […]

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The African Fat Tail Gecko

By Snaketracks / April 29, 2020

African Fat Tail Gecko Care African Fat-Tailed geckos are originally from desert areas in West Africa. Even if the majority of species coming from Africa are violent in nature, African Fat-Tailed geckos aren’t. Amazingly,  they even seem to wear a permanent “smile”, which in fact, is due to the shape of their jaw. In any […]

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