Have you ever seen a freshly hatched Leopard Gecko?

Hatched Leopard Geckos
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Everybody loves baby animals, so when these guys started popping out of their eggs I thought I’d better grab a camera and share them with you guys!

These are Leopard Geckos that have literally just hatched. The eggs had been in the incubator for 2 months. The interesting thing about these lizards is that you can choose what sex they are. You do this by incubating them at a certain temperature (temperature-dependent sex determination). These eggs were incubated at 82oF so should be little girls.

I hope you like the pictures!

About Gary Rolfe

Gary has worked with fish and reptiles for 17 years and works as the manager of the reptilecentre.com website. Follow him on Twitter at @GaryRolfe.

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