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    Esmeralda - Bayonnaise Leachie

    You Guys,

    I have been indoctrinated into the reptile owner's club... or at least that is what my fiancee says. He has been a reptile owner for many years, and I have had a group, a pack, a clutch??? of reptiles that have moved in with him 2 years ago.

    But never one for my own.... and actually although I have owned 3 dogs, I have never even picked a pet for my own.

    Until last weekend, when we went to the White Plains Reptile Expo, and I saw a reptile that I just really was intrigued by. A Leachie Gecko. (Please be kind if I get the terminology wrong. I am still learning!). We ended up holding several and I just really fell in love with this one little girl...

    Next thing I know, we've got a cage, a lizard (gecko?) and a whole bunch of other stuff. So without further adieu, I introduce:

    ESMERALDA - or Ezzy for short.

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    Exploring her new home.

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    That little foot tho!

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    Re: Esmeralda - Bayonnaise Leachie

    Very cool new addition! Be warned, reptiles tend to be addictive.

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    Re: Esmeralda - Bayonnaise Leachie

    SOOOOO cute!!! congrats! i cant wait to watch her grow
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    Very cool, congratulations.
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    So Dakski has told me I should have included some stats...

    Esmeralda is about 4-5 years old, and she is 185 grams! I'm not sure what else to write about her... LOL. How about some more pictures?

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    Is this normal behavior, or have I broken her already?

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    Re: Esmeralda - Bayonnaise Leachie

    Congrats on the cool new critter!
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    Re: Esmeralda - Bayonnaise Leachie

    So cute. Love her camo.

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    Re: Esmeralda - Bayonnaise Leachie

    She's adorable! I love those eyes

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    Re: Esmeralda - Bayonnaise Leachie

    OMG!! whatta reptile and whatta first pickup! now that's how u make an introduction!


    Quote Originally Posted by SunshineWalker View Post
    $75?!! OMG that's like a tenth of the starting price for the world's biggest geckos at my shows. that's if there are any. i am sooo jealous right now!


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    Is this normal behavior, or have I broken her already?

    lol so cute! yep, they can be wallflowers. i think u should get something like a Skyscraper, go bioactive and build the most beautiful vivarium for Ezzy!

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    congrats on the new addition! leachies are awesome little things aren't they. And yes, hanging upside down randomly is totally normal.
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