How long do leopard geckos get in inches?
8-10 inches, if they are really big
Leopard geckos cannot live with panther geckos. Even though care for both are generally the same, there are some huge differences between the two. Leopard geckos are usually between 7 and 10 inches long (some almost a foot), and panthers are 4-6 (or occasionally up to 8) inches long. This size difference alone could do it. The Leopard geckos would pick on the panther geckos. Also, the climate of the two needs to be very…
This is some reasons a leopard geckos and Madagascar day geckos can't live together: #1: Madagascars have a different environment than leopard geckos. Madagascar day geckos live in tropical conditions and leopard geckos live in desert conditions. #2 they would be fighting because they are territorial.
they are born without their mothers. The female gecko lays her eggs and leaves. In fact, Leopard geckos will eat baby leopard geckos if they see them. Leopard geckos are smart so baby leopard geckos are born already knowing what to do with no help from their mother. They usually never even see their mothers or male children of the mother may even reproduce with the mother.