After your gecko has had an egg it will take about six weeks for it to hatch if it is fertile
It can take 60-120 days for leopard gecko eggs to hatch depending on what conditions they are incubated in. The warmer the temperatures, the sooner the eggs should hatch.
It depands on the leopard gecko usally 1 or 2 weeks
A month or two.
A crested gecko can take any where from 60-120 days to hatch depending on what the eggs temperature was incubated at.
This all depends on the specie of the gecko, how long does it take to reach maturity? How big is the gecko at adulthood? what are the temperatures? Typically, most gecko eggs will hatch 70-120 days to hatch.
I don't know about a common gecko, since there are many species, but I do know how long it takes for a plate tailed gecko's to hatch. It take about six weeks.
Depending on the species of the animal, it can take 30-120 days to hatch.
40-80 day incubation period for this small species of gecko.
usually around a week or so
A growing leopard gecko will shed it skin every 30 days. A full grown leopard gecko will shed every 30-60 days. It is best to provide your animal with a humid hide to ensure that the gecko can seek a damper area if necessary.
About 1 to three months long depending on the lizard type
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Take it to the vet
about 3 weeks (50-65 days)
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.
Take it to the vet.
A leopard gecko is sexually mature at about 8 or 9 months of age, but most will continue to grow larger, over the next two or three years at least.
At 76 degrees F it should take 60-70 days.
If you are able to get your leopard gecko to take interest into fruit, it is not detrimental to their health. In most cases a Leopard gecko will not take interest into fruits as they are not live, moving prey.
The earliest may be 18 months.....but i could be a couple years
take him to a docter
i dont think they even lay eggs yeah they the eggs out
It usually takes about a year but it could still grow if good inviroment
Approximately 1 year, although growth may continue after that. It depends on the living environment, care and food received by the gecko.