Leopard Geckos- Three of them are in this cage.
Leopard Gecko- Super Snow, Albino Bell, & Normal Morphs.
Latin name: Eublepharis macularius
Unlike most geckos, all species in this genus possess movable eyelids, and cannot climb up smooth surfaces, considering they do not have toe pads like most geckos.
Native Home: The Leopard Gecko is found in the Middle East into India in rocky, grassland and desert areas.
Size: In Leopard Geckos males can grow to 7-10 inches and Females to 7-8 inches. (Giants can be larger)
Diet: Leopard Geckos feed on crickets, roaches, mealworms, super worms, and other insects. It is important that in captivity you give them a calcium/ vitamin supplement to prevent problems that can occur from deficienties.
Reproduction: Typically Leopard Gecko females are not sexually mature until they weigh 45 grams and reach 9 to 10 months of age. Females lay eggs 16 to 22 days after copulation and, will lay a clutch every 15 to 22 days over a four- to five-month period. They usually will lay 2 eggs at a time. Leopard Geckos can produce 80 to 100 eggs over a lifetime. Eggs incubate 35 to 89 days depending upon the incubation temperature.
Lifespan: A Leopard Geckos lifespan in captivity can easily live 15-20 years. Some have been known to live longer.