by matthew_sessoms 9 years ago
Hi, I have a leopard gecko (5 yrs) in a 20 gallon tank, and have recently changed the habitat...(added new stuff). I have a heat lamp on one side (around 100F while the other side is around 85F). But, since I changed things around in the habitat, my gecko stands on its hind legs against the glass...
by blaze1428 9 years ago
I've noticed that my leopard gecko has had a wet nose constantly for the last week and it's not eatiIt's not eating for a while, but it's tail is still nice and fat. There doesn't seem to be any obvious mucus, just wetness. Is he sick or is he just taking a break from the mealworms?
by steeeve14 8 years ago
i have a leopard gecko i just dont know what kind it is.... can you help?also do you know about tropical fish and aquariums?
by My two geckos 9 years ago
My leopard gecko isn't eating well. He will eat a silkworm but it comes up undigested the next day.My leopard gecko has not been eating well for awhile now. The silkworms are ingested but come back out overnight and do not appear to be digested. There have not been any bowel...
by Paul Edmondson 11 years ago
Are any of you using semantic SEO techniques as part of your keyword strategies?
by stripes N spots 8 years ago
why would a male leopard gecko dig a big hole?
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