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    Exclamation Wobbly Leopard Gecko

    I just bought a leopard gecko about a week ago. His cage is setup and he has adjusted quite nicely (eaten, explored, pooped). My question is, when he is taking a turn, he wobbles a bit and sometimes falls on his side and takes a few seconds to start back up. When he's walking straight, he walks as fine as I can tell but I'm just a little worried about him. I don't have a video yet and I'm worried that he hasn't had enough calcium in his diet before I got him (the store didn't have a cal dish and he is waaaay over a year old). He gets around otherwise and can dash across to get crickets its just I don't know if the wobbly turn is a warning sign of something like MBD. Thanks!

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    Re: Wobbly Leopard Gecko

    is he an enigma morph?

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    Re: Wobbly Leopard Gecko

    Quote Originally Posted by cinderbird View Post
    is he an enigma morph?
    Not from what I've read about them. I'm not 100% sure what his morph is, I have pics on here of him but I think he's a high yellow. I'm not really into the genetics yet.

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