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Kaimon the Leopard Gecko!

Discussion in 'Vertebrate Pet Talk' started by Kaden Alexander, Dec 3, 2018.

  1. Kaden Alexander

    Kaden Alexander Member

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    This is my 9 year old leopard gecko. He loves superworms and crickets. He is amazing except for the fact that you can't hold him because he bites anything that moves. I think I know why we named him after a crocodilian.
    GOPR0684.JPG Kaimon- the King of the Jungle!
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    If you are wondering why there is stuff on the floor in there it is his dead skin from shedding. He sheds about once a month. Usually he eats it so I don't pick it up.
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    Leopard Geckos seem to be great pets, I wish we could have them here. I've kept some of our Australian species but they are very shy, you just don't see them at all.
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    @MassExodus where you at Bro??? We got reptile talk and your not around.:(
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    As far as I can tell he was eaten by a Goanna!