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www.completecritter.com/leopard-gecko.html

Gut loading insects is critical for leopard geckos because all of their diet comes from insects. The food for gut loading should be 20% calcium, 50% greens, 10%  ...

lafeber.com/vet/basic-information-for-leopard-gecko

Adults are typically 16.5-20 cm (6.5-8 inches) long. Mature male geckos weigh between 60-90 grams. Females may be as light as 45 grams.

uniquepetswiki.com/what-can-leopard-geckos-eat

Leopard geckos are carnivorous reptiles that will eat insects and ...

www.safarivet.com/care-topics/reptiles-and-amphibians/feeding-leopard-geckos

Leopard geckos eat insects, lizards and scorpions in the wild. As adults, leopard geckos take pinky mice, especially females. Start with one to two-day-old live ...

blogs.thatpetplace.com/thatreptileblog/2014/02/26/leopard-geckos-eat-heres-zoos

Feb 26, 2014 ... Leopard Geckos usually take readily to tong-feeding. Canned Grasshoppers and Silkworms offer a convenient means of adding variety to your ...

www.frenchfilms.org/pets/feeding-leopard-geckos.html

Leopard geckos will only eat live food, which is likely to be a mix of mealworms, crickets and roaches. Ideally, the food should be gut-loaded beforehand, i.e. fed ...

www.tortoisetown.com/2018/02/leopard-gecko-diet

A Leopard Gecko's diet should include insects and worms, fruit and vegetables. Leopard Gecko's don't tend to eat dead prey, as they're attracted to the movement &n...

timelinepets.com/diet-for-leopard-gecko

The insects that leopard geckos eat in the wild are usually small insects and small animals that don't have bones. Some common foods of wild leopard gecko are ...

thepetsupplyguy.com/can-leopard-geckos-eat-dried-mealworms

Dead mealworms lack vital nutrients that leopard geckos need in their diet, and most geckos won't eat an insect unless it's alive ...

www.bhbreptiles.com/pages/leopard-gecko-care-sheet

As your Leopard gecko grows you will need to "size up" their enclosure to provide them with ample room move about or to get into mischief. ;) For a baby: 5 gallon ...