Title: Leopard Gecko
Leopard geckos are one of the most popular reptile pets in captivity and they’re extremely easy to work with. The care requirements of the geckos are so minimalistic that any hobbyist can own around 10-20 or even more geckos and still have a lesser workload compared to an owner of a more common pet such as a cat or a dog. Leopard geckos do not take up a lot of space, they do not consume a lot of food, and they’re incredibly fast growers from babies up to maturity compared to most animals. The combination of these factors has led to them being ever popular in demand, with keepers ranging from the young to the old. The ultimate joy of keeping leopard geckos is the explosion of colours they offer as a result of a wide variety of morphs. Over the last 20 years, the development and the vast array of genetic combinations has led to the creation of many stunning morphs. Just like artists with their colours and blank canvas, leopard gecko hobbyists all over the world have constantly strived to create beautiful works of art on leopard geckos, and because it is so easy and achievable, why not join in the fun today? Knowing how to breed geckos and knowing which geckos should be bred with which are two different issues altogether. There is a need for breeders to understand a little bit of genetics in order to ensure that they can yield the best offspring from different pairings, especially when you have a number of different genes involved in the leopard gecko world.
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