My area of expertise would be snakes and reptile genetics (again mostly w/ snakes). Although I have dealt w/ almost all species of reptiles commonly sold in the US.
15 years keeping, breeding, selling, and teaching about reptiles.
Past board member of the Central FL Herpetological Society
B.S. Biology Ed. UCF
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I think you're first step in trying to take geckos overseas would be to contact the country where you are going and ask them. There may a permit/vet inspection involved and even a quarantine period once
I'm not sure about the defense mechanisms of that particular beetle so I don't know if I can specifically answer that question. I do know that wax worms are kind of the "Big Mac" of the leopard gecko
I would have to say something went wrong during surgery-if he was fine going in and broken coming out... Please understand I am not a vet so my opinion on this is less solid than even yours. You could
Tom, all I can see in that pic is the tail. It looks like the tail of a Tokay gecko but many babies have banded tails. Send a shot of the head and maybe I can do better. With all the imported lizards
Unfortunately yes, that hawk would be able to see him from a mile away. Being that the yard is unfenced he could be fine and just wandering too. As to your grandson, he will be upset, but I have found