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    Exclamation Can full grown leopards eat one another??


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    I am in need of some help! I had a full grown male leo with a full grown female leo. Both the same size, female maybe a little bigger. Tonight I went to do my daily chores in my reptile room when I notice she is gone. I seached everywhere. We built the enclosure, and it is sealed tight. They have lived in the 3ftx3ft enclosure for over a year and are approximately 3yrs old. As a precaution, we tore apart the reptile room and closets to assure us she didnt escape. Found nothing. Even cleaned out the hallway closets and everything. Any suggestions or can anyone tell me if they can eat one another at full grown stage?? I am driving myself crazy to find her. Thanks in advance.
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    I find it unlikely that it could happen without any sign of gecko "parts" (sorry for being gross) around. Is there any chance she's stuck herself into a hide and you've missed her? I have found geckos can get out of what seems to be an escape proof cage. There's an article in Gecko Time about finding a lost gecko which you can try to follow in case she did get out:
    Find an Escaped Gecko | Gecko Time

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