I looked in my tank today to find 1 massive soft egg. I did research and put it in a small container with coco fiber and a lid with holes. I knew she was pregnant so I already have an incubator. I’m hoping to have it be a female. I’m heating up the incubator now.
Ok, great thanks!
I think what's going on is she is going to lay another egg soon. Usually, leos lay eggs in clutches of 2 so shes probably working off a lot of energy and stress to lay that second egg. Usually, leos will get very slim when laying eggs but after they will eat a lot! So don't...
I'm making a new video on a bearded dragon care guide, and I can't find a clear answer on a substrate for them, I know non-loose substrates like tile, paper towel, newspaper, and carpet will work ok, but what about a more natural look? What substrate would be best then? Thanks! (also tell me...
OK, it is normal for the leopard gecko to not eat after breeding, and it is normal to be a bit worried. I'm very sure everything will be alright but I'm going to ask some questions just in case.
Is the male still in with the female?
What are you feeding the gecko?
How big of an enclosure?
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You should start to bond with it.
You can do this in many ways including very gently handling him at least once a day. There are many other ways to bond with him to! I’ll post a link below of a person I watch that is very good with them.