How to Care for Your Pet African Fat-Tailed Gecko: It is imperative to provide the proper environment in order for your pet African fat-tailed gecko to thrive, including nutrition, humidity, light, heat and more. #riverroadvet #fattailedgecko

It is imperative to provide the proper environment in order for your pet African fat-tailed gecko to thrive, including nutrition, humidity, light, heat and

Nephrurus levis levis 'deep red stripe' #geckos #lizards

Nephrurus levis levis 'deep red stripe' This geck is giving me breathing problems!

White Out African Fat Tailed Gecko - 051214 - male

White Out African Fat Tailed Gecko - 051214 - male

Leopard Geckos, White Out, Amphibians, Reptiles, Fur Babies, Lizards, Africans

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Geckos Life Span

I currently have an African Fat Tailed Gecko and hes my little baby since my partner is allergic to cats and dogs. Some day i hope to have the chance to bread them but i don't think ill see that day in the next couple years.

Not furry or fuzzy, but just as cute.                                                                                                                                                     More

Is This a Real Life Pokemon?

Look at those beautiful eyes! I love my little lizard Alucard the Grey Gecko.

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Geckos Life Span

This is an African Fat Tail gecko (AFT). They are commonly mistaken for leopard geckos.

African Fat -tailed Gecko, Hemitheconyx Caudicinctus,

African Fat -tailed Gecko, Hemitheconyx Caudicinctus,

Amelanistic (albino) African Fat-tailed Gecko

I have never seen a leopard gecko like this. Does anybody know what morph it is?

Fat Tailed gecko

Fat Tail Gecko -- HAVE! Mocha is her name and she has a solid white stripe from neck to the tip of her tail.

White Out African Fat Tailed Gecko - 082513b - female

White Out African Fat Tailed Gecko - 082513b - female

Albino African Fat Tailed Geckos (Hemitheconyx caudicinctus)

Albino African Fat Tailed Geckos (Hemitheconyx caudicinctus) “ We selectively breed our Albino Fat Tails for more intense orange coloration while working in wild caught stock to ensure a strong blood.

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