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Leopard Gecko

Discussion in 'Sooner Swap' started by critical_phil, Mar 3, 2005.


  1. critical_phil

    critical_phil SoonerFans.com Elite Member

    like this one:
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    i wasn't sure where to post this, so i figured here would be as good as any.

    gecko w/ aquarium and stuff. we've had this one for ~4 years. just got a new puppy, so this one has to go.

    it's yours if you want it, just come and pick it up.

    i'm in OKC, so PM me.

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  2. Czar Soonerov

    Czar Soonerov Never gonna give you up

  3. GDC

    GDC New Member

    I would be glad to take it, but I'm in Tahlequah and have no idea when I can get over to OKC.
     
  4. Soonrboy

    Soonrboy Always Right

    Hey Phil..my wife might want it to put in her classroom...you still got it?
     
  5. GDC

    GDC New Member

    I pm'd you.
     
  6. Soonerbabeinbama

    Soonerbabeinbama New Member

    I've already got a bearded dragon and a chinese water dragon - they are wonderful pets. I don't think the Gecko's have much personality do they?
     
  7. GDC

    GDC New Member

    My students love the one I have now. I think these are the best herps for youngsters.
     
  8. Soonerbabeinbama

    Soonerbabeinbama New Member

    They are just so creepy looking. Ever have a bearded dragon? They are sweethearts
     
  9. GDC

    GDC New Member

    No, but will check them out.
     
  10. Soonerbabeinbama

    Soonerbabeinbama New Member

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    Here's Mango! :)
     
  11. GDC

    GDC New Member

    How big do they get?
     
  12. Soonerbabeinbama

    Soonerbabeinbama New Member

    He's probably close to full grown and he's a year and a half old. I imagine from head to tail he's about 18 inches. He'll probably fill out more though. My Chinese Waterdragon is about 24 inches from head to tail He is the same age as the Beardie - so I hope he won't get any bigger. His body is about 12" and his tail is about 12".
     
  13. GDC

    GDC New Member

    Both of those are a bit too big for my classroom, but they sound like good pets.
     
  14. Soonerbabeinbama

    Soonerbabeinbama New Member

    They do require a lot of space. They are in separate "habitats" because they survive in different conditions. Bearded dragons like it arid and desertlike and Chinese Water Dragon has to have the humid "rain forest" atmosphere. He has to have a "pool" of some kind he can swim in. Both of their habitats are about 4 feet by 5 feet. Water Dragons are a lot more skittish than the bearded dragons. You can put the Beardie on your shoulder and he'll stay there forever. :)
     
  15. Sooner51

    Sooner51 New Member

    Bearded Dragon, heh.
     
  16. GDC

    GDC New Member

    Well, I'm making a gecko run Friday :texan:
     
  17. Soonerbabeinbama

    Soonerbabeinbama New Member

    I was wondering how long it would take! ;)
     
  18. critical_phil

    critical_phil SoonerFans.com Elite Member

    gdc sent a note the other day saying the gecko is doing great.


    as you were.
     
  19. colleyvillesooner

    colleyvillesooner SoonerFans.com Elite Member

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