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Old 05-30-2013, 11:26 PM   #61
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Just curious but how do you tell the difference between male and female?
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A small reptile that is very awesome is the leopard gecko, very cool personalities!
I love seeing geckos/lizards eat up mealworms or crickets. It seems so funny when they do it.
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Just curious but how do you tell the difference between male and female?
Leopard geckos, or green anoles?
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Thought I'd share some pics of my Leo's eating up!http://i1281.photobucket.com/albums/...ps2ba9a9f8.jpg
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Leopard geckos, or green anoles?
Leopard geckos
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Thought I'd share some pics of my Leo's eating up!http://i1281.photobucket.com/albums/...ps2ba9a9f8.jpg
Lol. It cracks me up every time I see it eating and half of the bug is sticking out.
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Lol. It cracks me up every time I see it eating and half of the bug is sticking out.
Hah, I know, but this girl is dumb, and when she reaches in, the bug moves, and she hits herself in the desk, lol
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Hah, I know, but this girl is dumb, and when she reaches in, the bug moves, and she hits herself in the desk, lol
Really! Wow! Lol. I can just imagine it crashing into the exact spot where the bug was before.
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Leopard geckos
It's really easy
Male:
Have a noticeable lump at the beginning of the tail where it meets the stomach
Has femoral pores, little dots on its underbelly, close to the tail
Are bigger and bulkier than females
Females:
They don't ave this
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It's really easy
Male:
Have a noticeable lump at the beginning of the tail where it meets the stomach
Has femoral pores, little dots on its underbelly, close to the tail
Are bigger and bulkier than females
Females:
They don't ave this
Cool. Thanx.
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