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Hello

Thought you guys might like to look at my newest critters!

On the 25th of this November I got a baby Leopard Gecko!

A little bit of his tail was missing when I got him/her but it's slowly growing back.
He/she doesn't have a name yet, he is only 3 months old so too young to tell the sex.

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And on the 30th I got a pretty big male Crested Gecko! Who is the coolest ever!
He doesn't have a name yet either, I'm trying to think of one....

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Awesome looking geckos. Which morph is the leopard? I have 2 of them myself (standard) and yours looks a lot lighter than mine did at that age. Oh you could always name it nubs but then again when his tail regrew that name wouldn't exactly fit.



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Nice looking animals - the coloration of the leopard is beautiful.
On the crested - I notice his toes on the right hind foot appear damaged. Is this from an aggressive tank mate or maybe incomplete shed?



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umm, I think it might just be the picture, his toes look fine, but I'll check later, and maybe snap a picture of them to double check. Oh I think you might be seeing the way their toes stand up when they aren't gripping something, I thought they were hurt too, it looked a little weird, but when he's gripping something they flatten down, but when he's just standing on a flat surface all of his toes do that.

And I'm quite new at Leo's so I'm not sure what morph he is, but I'll figure it out for you :)



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I love how cresteds wiggle their butt before leaping. It's so cat-like. Adorable.

Leopards and I, however, we have a long, bloody history (mainly my blood). "Best pet ever" my foot!



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Yeah, I think I'm liking the Crested a little more, he is really nice and fun to handle.

The baby Leo is a little more skittish, but I'm hoping he will grow out of it.



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Their beautiful, don't have one myself but wouldn't mind one.



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