How long can a Leopard Gecko go without food?
A leopard gecko can go two weeks without food, but it is best to feed him/her ten crickets (or more) a week. I find it handy to put about twenty crickets or less in the cage with my leopard gecko at a time, as long as you keep an apple (or potato) slice for the crickets in the container and let him eat at his own pace. My gecko actually eats twenty crickets a week, but I don't think this amount is necessary because he has gotten a very fat tail (that is where they store extra fat). I've never tried pinkies or mealworms before, but I'm sure this method would work the same, but put the food they eat in the container and you don't need to feed quite as much to your leopard gecko.
A leopard gecko can safely go about two weaks with out eating. It has been said that they can live over a month with no food. I do not test the limits on the life of my beloved geckos. I like to feed mine every few days because everybody loves a chubby leopard gecko. This depends on what you are feeding you gecko. If you feed them pinkies (baby mice) you should wait a few…
explain how you would take care of the leopard gecko and that you would take good care of it and you would buy it with you money do NOT keep nagging them about then they will not be as likely to get you one rather gentley remind them every week or so i know this seems like a long time but it's worth it when you have your leopard gecko.
My Leopard Gecko is fully grown, and, while I can't measure it perfectly with a ruler, but is between 15 and 20 cm long. the longest the gecko lizard would get would probably be about a foot. The longest living gecko is the leachianus gecko. Reaching a total length of 14 inches. A crocodile gecko can grow from 6-8" in length depending on sex.
The answer to this question is unknown, as leopard geckos would never be found in the water, much less under it. Most reptiles, however, can hold their breath for a very long time, and have low oxygen requirements. A leopard gecko that wound up under water (for whatever reason, it's hard to fathom), would probably get water in its nostrils and possibly its lungs, however. This may lead to a respiratory infection afterward.