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The Essential Manual for Leopard Gecko Owner: The Guide That Will Make Your Leopard Gecko Happy and Live Longer
eBook (ePub): $6.99
Do you know that leopard gecko needs extra humidity to keep the shedding skin soft and pliable? Do you know that you can never grab leopard gecko by the tail? Hi, my name is Daniel Christopher and I... More > am a proud leopard gecko owner The first time I had leopard gecko was for a birthday present I fell in love with him at first sight but on the other hand, it was also like a nightmare I didn't prepare anything, I didn't know anything about him, all I knew is that they were magnificent I bought all the books I can get my hand to, searched the whole internet and so on Fast forward to the present, now I can say that I know a lot about how to care leopard gecko I don't want any leopard gecko owner to go through the same nightmare that I had Thus, I created this book to help others Inside you'll find: -how to prepare your house for a leopard gecko -the right diet for leopard gecko -everything about pre killed prey -all about breeding leopard gecko -a special FAQ section -and many more< Less
The Pet Owners Guide to Geckos
eBook (ePub): $3.13
There are several different types of geckos which are kept as pets with the most popular being the leopard gecko and the crested gecko being a close runner up. The Leopard Gecko makes for an... More > excellent reptile pet for the first time owner but they are also popular with more experienced reptile pet owners as well. This is due to the fact that they are relatively easy to look after, they can be tamed in short period of time and their nature is placid. The different species of geckos will require differing levels of care and so it is important to know what sort of Gecko it is that you are buying< Less
Reptiles - Crocodiles, Alligators, Lizards, Snakes, Turtles
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Reptiles are tetrapods and amniotes, animals whose embryos are surrounded by an amniotic membrane. Today they are represented by four surviving orders: crocodilia (crocodiles, caimans and... More > alligators), sphenodontia (tuataras from New Zealand, squamata (lizards, snakes and amphisbaenids - "worm-lizards"), and testudines (turtles).< Less
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