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    Got 2 12 week old leapord geckos (not 100% sure about age just what i was told) 6 days ago and one is refusing the crickets and mealworms ive tried, the other is munching down whatever i give her though im not new to keeping reptiles although iv never had leos this young, Also there in seperate tanks and the temps are fine ill put a picture of her Thanks
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    Welcome aboard!

    By some chance had the leo who's not eating just shed? Did this leo eat the shed like they usually do?

    Have you had leos longterm?

    Please share photos of their enclosures.
    "If you can hear crickets, it's still summer." ;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elizabeth Freer View Post
    Welcome aboard!

    By some chance had the leo who's not eating just shed? Did this leo eat the shed like they usually do?

    Have you had leos longterm?

    Please share photos of their enclosures.
    He shed 6 days ago when i got her and yes she ate it because i couldnt find it
    I had a keo called yoshi he was a rescue so i got him when he was 9 but he died at 14

    Photo of her enclosure IMG_0525[1].jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScottStoddard View Post
    He shed 6 days ago when i got her and yes she ate it because i couldnt find it
    I had a keo called yoshi he was a rescue so i got him when he was 9 but he died at 14

    Photo of her enclosure IMG_0525[1].jpg
    1. How about covering both sides of the enclosure with something like paper towels to provide additional privacy for the leo who's not eating (unless 1 of the sides is up against a wall)?
    2. What are your warm end and cool end ground temps?
    3. What are the dimensions of their enclosures?
    4. Have you 3 separate hides in each: warm dry, warm humid, & cool dry?
    "If you can hear crickets, it's still summer." ;)

    "May the peace that
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elizabeth Freer View Post
    1. How about covering both sides of the enclosure with something like paper towels to provide additional privacy for the leo who's not eating (unless 1 of the sides is up against a wall)?
    2. What are your warm end and cool end ground temps?
    3. What are the dimensions of their enclosures?
    4. Have you 3 separate hides in each: warm dry, warm humid, & cool dry?
    Might give that a try by covering the sides, the dimension is a 45x45x45 exo terra and yes its got the hides, worrying a little because of her age when shes ameant to be eating every day to grow

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elizabeth Freer View Post
    1. How about covering both sides of the enclosure with something like paper towels to provide additional privacy for the leo who's not eating (unless 1 of the sides is up against a wall)?
    2. What are your warm end and cool end ground temps?
    3. What are the dimensions of their enclosures?
    4. Have you 3 separate hides in each: warm dry, warm humid, & cool dry?
    Sorry read your questions to fast because im in work Lol

    Temps are 32c-33c warm end and about 24-26c cool end

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