Leopard geckos (Eublepharis macularius) are a favourite amongst beginner and experiences reptile keepers because of their ease of keeping.
In captivity leopard geckos eat captive bred insects, but in the wild they’ll also eat rodent. They need to be fed daily and originate in Afghanistan, North West India and parts of Iran
Living between 10 and 15 years Leopard Geckos can grow between 17 – 20 cm.
Leopard geckos are able to replace each of their 100 teeth every 3-4months
If you’ve got any questions on leopard geckos and how to keep them, feel free to drop into the shop which is located at 187 Old Chester Rd, Birkenhead CH42 3TB, give us a call now on 0151 645 6235 or use our contact form on our website.
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