Leopard Gecko Care and Feeding

Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

The leopard gecko is an impressive looking creature, and its docile and easy-to-tame nature makes it an excellent pet. Originally from the desert regions of Southern Asia, the leopard gecko is very common today and has been domesticated in the United States for over 30 years now. Leopard Geckos are nocturnal, land-dwelling and usually move at a pretty slow pace. Leopard geckos have quirky personalities that make them very exciting to own as pets. They are vocal and make squeaking noises when they are excited or hungry. Leopard geckos also have a tail that rattles like a rattlesnake when they are hunting insects or about to mate. They have vertical shaped pupils, use their tongue to clean their eyeballs and are one of the few gecko species that have eyelids and prominent outer ears.
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Crested Gecko Care and Feeding

Crested Geckos (Correlophus (Rhacodactylus) ciliatus)

Once believed to be extinct, crested geckos were discovered again in 1994, and since then their praise as great pets has gradually increased. Native to a semi-tropical island chain near Australia called New Caledonia, crested geckos get their name from the spikey crest that runs from their back, up around their neck and over their eyes. They are perfect for beginning reptile owners because they are easy to care for and are very low-maintenance. Crested geckos come in a wide variety of colors and patterns. Their color shades vary to include browns, oranges, creams and reds. Some crested geckos have no pattern at all, and some have different sized bands and spots. They are sometimes referred to as eyelash geckos because of the ridges on the skin above their eyeballs. Crested geckos enjoy climbing around on plants, vines and even the walls of their terrarium. You will certainly have fun decorating their habitat and creating fun areas for them to climb on and jump around.
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Veiled Chameleon Care and Feeding

Veiled Chameleon (Chamaeleo calyptratus)

With their beautiful colors, exciting patterns and unique features, veiled chameleons are quite the sight to see. They have tall helmet-like headpieces atop their heads and crested ridges above their eyes that look like veils – hence their name, veiled chameleon. Their bodies are primarily green and have dynamic patterns in combinations of oranges, yellows and browns. Veiled chameleons are relatively large compared to other reptiles and are tree-dwellers, living their life up in the trees, branches and vines. Like humans, veiled chameleons are very active during the day and sleep at night.
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