Hi Aliza, I just thought I'd let you know that my AFT's are doing great. Their colors are not darkening at all. The striped one weighs 43 grams already, and the others are not far behind. I look forward to seeing you at the NEWC this Sunday.
They are all still very light. Did you get a chance to view the pictures I uploaded? The striped one weighs around 35 grams now. Good luck with your eggs. My family and I would like to breed AFTs one day.
I apologize for not contacting you often, we are still in the stressful process of relocating. I saw the picture in the Gecko Time article, thanks for letting me know. All of the fat tails are doing great and growing fast. I am uploading some pictures of them to the photo gallery now. I only had time to photograph the youngest and striped one- my camera batteries died. They all will still eat mealworms, though only the youngest seems to eat them as enthusiastically as crickets. Sorry about the bad picture quality, I will try to get more as soon as I can. Also, they all turned out to be females.
Hello, just stopping to give you an update on the AFT's. We are in the process of moving, so I have not been able to stay in touch with you often. The striped one weighs 29 grams, the eldest non-stripe weighs 23 grams, and the youngest non-stripe weighs 22 grams. They are all doing well.
my cuzsin did that i was playing with it on the ground and he went over and did that but he is already back to normal i no now no playing with the geckos when my cuzin is over
and y dont u ever respond to the privet chat i send u?
She weighs about 57 grams. I am going to bring her to the show if she's not sold. If you want to buy her, I will consider it (read this next part carefully) after I have talked to your parents. So far, one gecko is missing and one has been stepped on. Things like this can happen to anyone, but I'm concerned and would like some assurances from your parents that you can take care of a gecko and will have their help if needed.