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    Question What morph is Zilla 🤔


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    Hi! I've had my female leo named Zilla for a few months now, I'm looking to find out her morph..
    https://youtu.be/15c8yrXzafw
    I hope that this video can help to identify her morph 👌

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    Please tell us he/she is no longer on that substrate?

    looks like a blizzard maybe but i'm no professional
    Geopard Leckos Leopard Geckos, say that 10 times fast!

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    I agree she looks to be a blizzard.

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    The substrate she is on is the substrate given specifically for leopard geckos by the breeders I got her from

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    I would be curious to know what the substrate is, at the risk of changing the topic of this thread. It's hard to tell from the video (love the music by the way)what it's made of. If those white things are like paper it's one thing, but if they're small rocks, I had a leopard gecko break her jaw by chomping down on a rock that size. There are a lot of ways to do things and we all need to be willing to be flexible about people's husbandry but at the same time there are also people recommending some unsafe things who also feel that they are experts (I have no idea who the breeders are, and am by no means saying that the substrate isn't safe, since I don't know what it's made of).

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    I have a year old.male who looks exactly the same. The breeder i got him from said he was a Blizzard Murphy Patternless.

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    https://m.facebook.com/Ridgeway-Exot...1065222097011/
    Got her here, they seemed pretty professional

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    Please stick to genetics/morph discussion. Any substrate, or other housing discussion can go in a new thread in the correct subforum.

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