Leopard Geckos in the wild originate from Pakistan, Afghanistan and northwestern India. They are nocturnal which means they should be active mostly at night but during the day our geckos tend to be inquisitive and take a wander around their homes to see what's going on. They belong to the family Eublepharidae, which includes all geckos that have movable eyelids.
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Species: ASSORTED FANCY LEOPARD GECKOS Environment: Desert Maturity Size: 10" Average Lifespan: 15-20 years Experience Level: Beginner Eating Characteristics: Crickets, mealworms, waxworms & prepared foods Noise/Vocal/Traits/Decor: Docile Warning: Pet availability is seasonal. State and local regulations may vary. Pricing may vary by store location. PetSmart store cannot match the price below for this pet. Ask a store associate for details. Vet Assured Promise: All pets purchased at PetSmart are raised under our exclusive Vet Assured program and come with a 14-day satisfaction guarantee. Vet Assured is a program designed by PetSmart veterinarians to improve the health and well-being of our pets. The program sets standards for the care of our pets by our live animal partners and store associates and establishes strict standards for the monitoring and prevention of common illnesses found in pets. PetSmart makes significant investment in the care of our pets and it is apparent in the quality and comfort of our pets in our stores. However, if your pet becomes ill during the initial 14-day period, or if you're not satisfied with your pet for any reason, PetSmart will gladly replace the pet or refund the purchase price. Please keep your sales receipt and return the pet to the store where you purchased if needed.
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Nice petI got a leopard gecko and fancy leopard gecko (both female) and they seem to get along really well. What is strange is that they sleep at night and usually come out during the day, but I am not too worried about it. It doesn't eat much, but that is probably because it is a baby. Its partner, the regular leopard gecko, is much more tame and does not hiss, and this one does if it feels trapped and if you touch it, but it will still climb up my arm when I hold out my hand. It will get more tame since I have only had it for about a week hopefully. They both climb up the hut I got them and sleep together usually.