Are the leopard geckos endangered?

Answer Leopard geckos are not endangered or threatened. They are nocturnal creatures that live in arid regions such as rocky--but not sandy--deserts or dry grasslands. Leopard geckos are particularly gent... Read More »

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Can house geckos live with leopard geckos?

It is usually not a good idea to mix species of geckos because different species have different habitat needs and exhibit different behaviors. Additionally, housing two male geckos together can res... Read More »

What can leopard geckos eat?

Leopard geckos are popular pet lizards due to their mellow personalities and easy maintenance. Although they are easy to care for they do have some specific dietary needs.The FactsLeopard geckos ar... Read More »

Are leopard geckos mean?

On One Hand: Leopard Geckos Have Pleasant DispositionsLeopard geckos are generally pleasant, non-aggressive animals. Compared to other reptiles people keep as pets, these small creatures are very d... Read More »

How old do leopard geckos have to be before they reproduce?

Leopard geckos reach maturity, or breeding age, at about 2 years. In the natural and most of the morph colors, the leopard gecko's colors will change once it becomes an adult. This helps owners det... Read More »