The Leopard Gecko, or eublepharis macularius, is a small, easy-to care for pet. "Eublepharis macularius" roughly translates as
eublepharis; True/real eyelids
Unlike other geckos, the leopard gecko (And relatives) have moveable eyelids, and lack the special toe pads to climb up vertical places.. instead, they have small claws.
Step 1: How To Create A Good Home.
Depending On How Many Geckos....
1 Gecko - 10 Gallon Tank
2 Geckos - 15 Gallon Tank
3 Geckos - 20 Gallon Tank
Never, put 2 males in one tank, they will fight and could end up dyeing
Ground material (Sand, moss, wood chips) enough to cover the bottom with a few layers and have extra
Rocks & Hiding places - Leopard Geckos are Nocturnal. That means they sleep during the day and are awake at night.
Food dish & water dish
A Small in-tank thermometer - geckos need to constantly be at 85/90 degrees Fahrenheit during the day and can go into the low seventies at night.
A lamp with a heat bulb - Ceramic bulb, heating pads, incandescent lights (During the day only), etc. Do NOT USE A HOT ROCK, your pet will develop heat spots, and could die if it basks on it and falls asleep.
Step 2: Feeding
They mainly eat;
LIVE Meal worms
and some other insects.
Don't get these insects from your outdoors, they could contain disease, could be poisonous, could be nearly extinct?