Leopard Gecko Care: The Complete Guide to Taking care of and Keeping Leopard Geckos as Pets Here at Pet Care Professionals we are enthusiastic about pet care. As a brand we have a strong idea of what makes up a good pet care book. We consult with a couple of experts in each and every animals field to allow us to create a book filled with cumulative opinions and best practices. The experts we consult range from veterinarians to on a daily basis pet keepers who have had years of experience Taking care of the specific animal each and every book is on. Our aim, and mission, is to produce the most efficient conceivable pet care books that are a great value for money. This care manual will instruct you on the most efficient practices for Taking care of a Leopard Gecko as a pet. The leopard gecko (scientifically referred to as Eublepharis macularius) is a crepuscular ground-dwelling lizard. Unlike the majority of other gecko species, the leopard gecko possesses moveable eyelids which gives the gecko an anthropomorphic quality. The specie’s strange set of eyelids is the basis for the scientific name. Eublepharis is a combination of the Greek words Eu, meaning ‘good,’ and Blephar, meaning ‘eyelid.’ The name Macularius is derived from the Latin word Macula which translates to ‘spot’ or ‘blemish’ which is in obvious reference to the animal’s spotted markings. They’re naturally found in the deserts of Asia, Pakistan and northern India. Tags: Leopard Gecko, Leopard, Gecko, Vivarium, Leopard Gecko pet, Gecko Pet, Leopard gecko care, Gecko care, Leopard gecko feeding, Gecko feeding, Manual, keeper, Gecko morph, Gecko pet guide, pet guide, pet, lizard pet, lizard care, lizard manual
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