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Leopard gecko eggs

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My leopard gecko is getting fatter. Has been mated several times and will lay eggs soon. I will try to hatch them if my incubator is empty.

I think you can see the eggs in her
They take about a month to hatch
Edited by Icravepoultry - 2/22/16 at 6:27pm
post #2 of 5

ooh you almost never see reptiles on here.  I want pics of the baby geckos!!

1 dad, 1 mom, 3 sisters, a whole bunch of chickens, 13 runner ducks, 2 lab/pyrenees/anatolian mixes, 1 pyrenees rescue, a norwich terrier and 2 geckos
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1 dad, 1 mom, 3 sisters, a whole bunch of chickens, 13 runner ducks, 2 lab/pyrenees/anatolian mixes, 1 pyrenees rescue, a norwich terrier and 2 geckos
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post #3 of 5
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I will definetly post pics
Do you have any reptiles?
Edited by Icravepoultry - 2/22/16 at 7:49pm
post #4 of 5

Yep, two leopard geckos and hopefully a snake someday!!

1 dad, 1 mom, 3 sisters, a whole bunch of chickens, 13 runner ducks, 2 lab/pyrenees/anatolian mixes, 1 pyrenees rescue, a norwich terrier and 2 geckos
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1 dad, 1 mom, 3 sisters, a whole bunch of chickens, 13 runner ducks, 2 lab/pyrenees/anatolian mixes, 1 pyrenees rescue, a norwich terrier and 2 geckos
Reply
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I have 2 leopard geckos, 1 veiled cham, 1 frilled lizard, and am looking into ball pythons. In the past I have had Chinese water dragons, anoles, mountain horned lizard, and an iguana which I got rid of the next day. smile.png
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