Why do leopard geckos hiss?
Leopard geckos hiss as a defence mechanism. If you pet leopard gecko is hissing at you, it is probably not tame yet. Taming them takes time, but it's fairly easy. Pick him up (if he bites, you could wear a heavy gardening glove ) and handle him 15-20 minutes a day, twice a day. Don't pick him up by his tail, or he'll release it, and look ugly for the rest of his life.
Leopard geckos do not have the ability to speak in English by any means but they can vocalize. Geckos will vocalize for many different reasons. Males will call out to females in order to prove dominance, and prove whom is the bigger male for rights to breed. A lot of leopard geckos will hiss when feeling threatened or in danger. Tokay geckos are notorious for croaking and grunting. Geckos are the only species of reptile…
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.
That's a very hard question. It depends on the person it is. If the person mistreats the animal, it will hide or hiss(more of a quick, hacking sound). If the person treats the gecko correctly, yes, it will enjoy the company o that person. Normally, leopard geckos are used to one and only one person, though sometimes they are used to two, or even three different people.