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    So i noticed that one of my Leo's tail is really fat. Im not really worried but just wonderinf if it is normal or caused by anything.

    She is really healthy and loves her grub. She is a good size and weight but her tail is considerably fatter than any of the others.

    She gets mainly Locusts and Morio worms with the occasional wax worm so dont think its because of her diet being too fatty, no?

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    leopard geckos store their fat in their tail so if its fat it just means there healthy My leos tail is about that same size.

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    I have some leopard geckos who have a shortish and stocky body type with a wide head and fairly fat tail. This one looks to be of that type. I think she's fine.

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    Looks very healthy to me.

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