2 Baby Leopard geckos (high yellow and Mack snow)
- Habitat/cage included
- Heat mat, thermometer and mini stat included
-Water bowl, powder dish and worm dish included
- Cold hide and warm hide included (+ 2 more rock shelters)
- 2 decorations included
If you want a gecko, this is all you will need, you can get more but that’s optional. Geckos feed on crickets and locust so purchase some crickets or locust as food. This habitual/cage is a sufficient size for 2 geckos.
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