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    Hey everybody - I made a video feeding my two leopard geckos Mealworms and Waxworms and thought I'd share it here!

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    Your video is pretty cute! I love the captions. Looks like you're experienced making videos.

    I love the terraced hide, but the entrance should be taller for leos.

    This video shows the larger leo dominating the food dish. Please keep an eye out for subtle bullying which could cause the smaller leo not to grow.

    Keep waxworms to a minimum.


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    Thanks!

    I had probably pushed the hide too far into the sand. Since switching to tile the entrance sits up higher, so that's fixed!

    Since the video I've been sure to feed the one that got less food a few dubias/worms with tongs at each feeding. That way I know she gets enough food even if the other one tends to hog the dish.
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    they are so cute
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    Thank you!

    For those interested I'm about to post another video on the forums
    (it will be a separate thread because it doesn't allow me to edit in a 2nd video)
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    I will most definetly check it out

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