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    Default my chahoua over the year

    2 chahoua when purchased as little children






    when they grows up, find that they are both male, I just do an exchange with one who had two female, so each one got a pair

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    after a year...



    sign of egg

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    and then....


    they are hard shelled eggs

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    little babies...


    they are big eaters, and quite active, very interactive..

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    unfortunately, the female dies..
    purchased an unsexed sub-adult, hope it is a female
    this is a dark red one


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    That's sad that the female dies..... I like them!
    In loving memory of William, my best friend, who unexpectedly passed away on September 27th, 2012
    May you rest in peace, William.
    Proud owner of Oliver, the adorable little leopard gecko!!

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    Beautiful pictures, and cute little babies!! Sorry about your female.

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    Yes, beautiful geckos!
    I am also sorry to hear about your female....however, thereason she died (I am assuming) is that you have to give them 2-3 years before breeding them. Chahoua females are extremely vulnerable to MBD, due to the fact that thier eggs are so highly calcified. Also, there has to be enough calcium deposited INSIDE the eggg for the little ones to muscle thier way out.
    I am simply trying to give a POV on this so it does not happen again. If I am being too nosy......I appologize.....its just that I know that you feel the same way as me- Chahoua are amazing beautiful creatures....not to mention expensive....so, they should be taken care of in such a way that they are fragile and you have to be careful.
    Looks like you have some great babies.....I wish you the best of luck in your future endeavors, and feel free to ask me anything, ok?
    Talk to ya soon.

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    experience tells, must separate the male and female after she laid eggs, to give her a period to take good rest and recover.
    thanks all for comment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TMsulcata View Post
    experience tells, must separate the male and female after she laid eggs, to give her a period to take good rest and recover.
    thanks all for comment.
    Might wanna do some additional research on breeding these guys before you give it a second go. Not to be rude, but it's a good idea to do tons of research before breeding any species of any animal so you can avoid tragedies like these. Beautiful geckos though.

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