No. They are nocturnal, and as long as the under tank heater is providing optimum belly heat (surface temperatures), there is no need for a light.
by daniellemurphy 8 years ago
should i keep my leopard geckos light on day and night
by Whitney 2 years ago
I'm just curious. I seems that we have a wide number of people with exotic pets. I m just curious as to what all you Hubbers have.I'll start:Pets:5 Dogs (Mix breed-Spot, Dalmatian-Zabu, Yorkshire Terrier- Codie, St. Bernard/ Collie mix- Bella, American Pit Bull Terrier-MIA)3 Fancy Rats (Zoe, Lexi,...
by Ella Namaste 7 years ago
my leopard geckos have lived together for 4 years never any problems, now one has a huge cut on tailHello whitney, my name is ella, im from england. I have a question that im hoping you can help me with. I have been housing leopard geckos for the last 6 years. I have two females that have been...
by Tyke7 9 years ago
Why isnt my leopard geckos mating?Its mating season now and I know for shure they are male and female and know for sure they havnt mated what should i do?
by sabreezy 4 years ago
what materials do you need in a leopard geckos tanki want a leopard gecko or a lizard but i dont have much money.
by Tyke7 9 years ago
Why wont my leopard geckos mate?well I know they are both 2 years old and the right weight and I did the winter fase should i seperate them and them put them together what should i do?
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