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 What kind of gecko is Sid?



This is Sid. When we got him we were told he was an albino leopard But after getting another leopard minus the albino we noticed the tails were very different. Since were are new to this we were wondering if this was something normal or if Sid was actually a different breed than a leopard Gecko.
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10/03/09  10:15am

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  Message To: Jmark   In reference to Message Id: 2079785


 What kind of gecko is Sid?

He is a leopard gecko just a different morph I don’t know too much but I know enough to say that he is a leopard gecko



10/03/09  11:30pm

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  Message To: C3_4_quad   In reference to Message Id: 2080041


 What kind of gecko is Sid?

thanks



10/04/09  09:03am

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  Message To: Jmark   In reference to Message Id: 2079785


 What kind of gecko is Sid?

JUST TO LET YOU KNOW SID IS A ALBINO LEOPARD ..ABOUT THE TAIL IT LOOKS DIFFERENT BECAUSE IT IS A REGROWTH ..MEANING THAT IT WAS BROKEN OFF AT 1 TIME . HOPE THIS HELPS YOU OUT



10/17/09  10:30pm

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  Message To: Jmark   In reference to Message Id: 2079785


 What kind of gecko is Sid?

The geckos are there for a reason and that reason more than likely is they are controlling an insect problem within your home. They are harmless creatures and will not hurt you at all, while at the same time, they are benefitting you by controlling any insect populations within your home. Killing the geckos would more than likely upset this balance and you may end up with a problem worse than having geckos.

If you really must get rid of the geckos, do it humanely by finding live capture traps and removing them from your home and placing them elsewhere. The geckos do not seserve to die just because you do not like or are afraid of them. Remember, it is humans that are encroaching into their habitat, just as much as you feel they are encroaching into your home.

I hope you can learn to deal with them and see them as a beneficial companion, but if not, please try to find a wat to remove them without exterminating them. We all too often see other creatures as lower and value their lives far too little.

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