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    Hello everyone,
    My leopard gecko Leia she has been staying on her cool side of the tank and not eating as much. Also at night she just been sleeping and looks tired. I have been keeping tabs on her weight and shes been staying the same.

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    are you keeping her to hot because I have no idea what else it could be, unless old age.

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    I doubled checked the temps, on her warm hide is the under tank heat mat which is around 90 degrees and the coldest side temp is around 75-80. She is older, is it possible shes going into brumation?
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    Some of them do brumate and like to be on the cold side. Mine eat a lot less starting around now

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    My two or little over year, have settled down . They don't wander around as much use to in their place. But they do come out their cages for few hours at night with me. Both get yard time periods of sun.
    Both like it cool , Vist warm areas for little while in evening. Or after they eat.
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