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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leopard_gecko

The leopard gecko (Eublepharis macularius) is a crepuscular, ground-dwelling lizard naturally ... The native habitat of the leopard gecko is the rocky, dry grassland and desert regions of south-Asian Afghanistan, Pakistan, north-west India, and ...

blogs.thatpetplace.com/thatreptileblog/2011/08/19/leopard-geckos-in-the-wild-the-natural-history-of-a-popular-pet

Aug 19, 2011 ... Herpetologist Frank Indiviglio comments on the natural habitat, range and diet of the Leopard Gecko on that reptile blog.

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It is important to recreate natural light cycles when setting up your Leopard Gecko's habitat. During the summer, they should have approximately 14 hours of light ...

backwaterreptilesblog.com/leopard-gecko-habitat

Nov 2, 2015 ... Creating a successful Leopard gecko habitat is simpler than you ... and a bit more natural, although there's a mild risk of ingestion when eating.

www.thebeardeddragon.org/leopard-gecko/leopard-gecko-habitat.php

Learn everything you need to know about leopard gecko habitats. ... of this, it is up to the owner to make sure their enclosure mimics their natural habitat.

www.geckotime.com/replicating-native-gecko-habitats

Jun 24, 2014 ... Living in Albuquerque, I noticed that the terrain looks similar to that of the leopard gecko's natural environment in Afghanistan. I was already ...

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Jun 5, 2014 ... My geckos walking around. ... Leopard Geckos in natural habitat. MEGAoWAFFLES. Loading... Unsubscribe from MEGAoWAFFLES? Cancel

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Most of them have fat tails and all live in dry habitats. Because of anatomical and genetic similarities with wall-climbing geckos, leopard geckos have been ...

hubpages.com/animals/Natural-Habitat-of-the-Leopard-Gecko

May 9, 2011 ... The biggest misconception about leopard geckos is that their native habitat is on sand. They're desert animals so it must be sand... Right?