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Leopard Gecko Breeds: The Right Pet Who Love Lizards

Leopard Gecko Breeds: The Right Pet Who Love Lizards

Mostly found in desert areas of Iran, Pakistan, Afghanistan and few areas of India Gecko Leopard are one of the best choices for pets in North America from an extended period. Their tiny claws can’t help them to climb; therefore, they mostly crawl on the ground. They can move their eyelids which makes them unique from other same species.  The cost of Leopard Gecko ownership depends on their availability.

Though this pet is found in scarcity, there are some places from where the pet lovers can avail the same. They are easily adjustable in different environments and hence prove as the best pet. 

There are little known facts about this most popular lizard pets.  They have unique dots on their whole body, which help them to camouflage with the surroundings of nature, and this makes them hard to find. If we talk about the population of this lovely lizard, it’s hard to answer as the number is still unknown. 

As pets:

These little lizards are the most popular pets with long life span which connects them to the individuals as well as families to have perfect pets for a long time. As they are small, they need little space and are easy to handle them taking care of all their needs. Their breeding season also lasts for a long time starting from March till September. 

They can breed easily and give birth to offspring with differing patterns, colours and sizes.  As they are fond of insects and only eat them, so they are not so demanding like other breeds dragons. As they can live in harsh environments without food and water for a long time, the owner finds and believe that it is easy to maintain and take care of the Leopard Gecko as a pet. 

Mark Campus

Mark Campus

Mark Campus is a content marketer who owns Keenan’s room. A writer by day and a reader by night, he is loath to discuss himself in third person.