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To breed leopard geckos you will need a few things to be successful -First of course will be at least 1 male Leopard gecko and 1-4 female leopard ...
Leopard geckos should be around 50-75 grams to be able to breed. Some will be much larger, but this is the recommended minimum.
To introduce the male you need to be cautious of a few things. Normally introducing a male into an established female tank doesn't cause any problems but you ...
Periodically check the box after a few weeks for eggs. You need to make sure to get to the eggs quickly because they can eventually dry out.
When removing the eggs you want to try to make sure to not turn the eggs over because depending on how long they've been there you could potentially ...
You will want to incubate the eggs in either a commercial reptile incubator or a homemade incubator. Homemade incubators are cheaper but you will compromise your success. Reptile ...
If you've followed all of the steps you should now have baby leopard geckos. A female will lay on average 2 eggs at a time several times over ...
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