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Tokay Gecko

By Snaketracks / October 28, 2019

Tokay Gecko Care Sheet The popular Tokay Gecko is a colorful and interesting gecko. This active gecko likes to bark “Tokay-Tokay” all night. The sound this gecko makes is the reason for the common name. As feisty reptiles, they are best kept by reptile enthusiasts with some level of experience. They don’t like to be […]

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Giant Leaf Tailed Gecko

By Snaketracks / October 25, 2019

Giant Leaf Tailed Gecko The Giant Leaf Tailed gecko also comes by the name Fringed Leaf-Tailed gecko. For lovers of the species, it makes for one magnificent pet. But, novice keepers need to think twice before having this as a pet lizard early on. It can be overwhelming to care and monitor a giant leaf-tailed […]

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Crested Gecko

By Snaketracks / October 4, 2019

Crested Gecko Care Sheet Also known as the eyelash gecko, the crested gecko was thought extinct until 1994 when they were rediscovered. Ever since they have grown in popularity especially as pets. This is because they are easy to care for, and fun to watch and interact with. Since these pets can live up to […]

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Leachianus Gecko

By Snaketracks / October 4, 2019

Leachianus Gecko Care Sheet The leachianus gecko is also known as the New Caledonian giant gecko or simply as the giant gecko. It is therefore of no surprise that the species is the largest existing gecko. Although their size can be daunting, they are rather easy to maintain.  Commonly referred to as leachie, this New […]

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Gold Dust Day Gecko Care Sheet

By Snaketracks / August 16, 2019

This delightfully colorful and bright gecko may be native to Madagascar but you can find specimens all over the world as pets.  They are display pets and are not meant to be handled as they are nervous and quite fragile. However, because of their diurnal nature and colorful disposition, they provide pleasurable viewing. The gold […]

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Mourning Gecko Care Sheet

By Snaketracks / August 16, 2019

The mourning gecko is a tiny gecko which comes out at night. They grow to be at most 4 inches. Interesting, although they are widespread, no male has been discovered. The species reproduce parthenogenetically.  Unlike most geckos, members of this species do well when kept as a colony. Caring for mourning geckos is simple. They […]