Giant High Contrast Tangerine Tremper Albino Male Leopard Gecko For Sale M25F78051519M
Giant High Contrast Tangerine Tremper Albino Male Leopard Gecko For Sale M25F78051519M
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Giant High Contrast Tangerine Tremper Albino Male Leopard Gecko For Sale M25F78051519M

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Leopard Gecko For Sale
Morph
:  Giant High Contrast Tangerine Tremper Albino possible het Eclipse
Hatch Date:  5-15-2019
Sex:  Male
Weight:  58g as of 10-1-2019
Feeding on:  Superworms
Parents:  Asclepius (Giant Hot Moose) x TUG Tremper Sunglow


Comments:

What an amazing, beautiful boy!  This male is a Giant High Contrast Tangerine Tremper Albino.  He is possible het for Eclipse due to father carrying the het Eclipse gene.  In this pair, we tried to blend in the beautiful colors and patterns of our Hot Moose breeder male Asclepius, with an absolutely stunning high quality TUG Tremper Sunglow.  The results are simply amazing as you can see.  This boy has a very nice carrot-head with cute patterns.  His body colors are beautiful, you can see the depth of deep & light tangerine coloration all the way down his back.  The white bands and tail offer such great high contrast, words can't describe how elegant this boy looks.

He's feeding very well on superworms at the moment, eating roughly 1 superworm per day.  He is already nearing 60g at less than 5 months old.  There is plenty of growth left in this boy.  With Giant males, they often gain their length during the first year, then girth during the 2nd year.  So this boy should grow to a good size.  This is an "extremely docile" gecko, meaning he is suitable for all hobbyists and breeders alike.  You can pick him up and hold him without him flinching one bit.  Don't miss out on this rare and precious friendly gecko.

The tail tip looks like a nip but I don't see anything wrong with the tail.  There's no tail kink, no loose skin, and no scars.  We also house our hatchlings separately so they are never housed with other geckos.  This is why with some other breeders you see more tail nips, broken tails, and scars.  Do note that sometimes when geckos shed their skin, they could accidentally bite their own tail or toes.  It's all normal and often there's no harm done.

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Leopard Gecko For Sale
Morph
:  Giant High Contrast Tangerine Tremper Albino possible het Eclipse
Hatch Date:  5-15-2019
Sex:  Male
Weight:  58g as of 10-1-2019
Feeding on:  Superworms
Parents:  Asclepius (Giant Hot Moose) x TUG Tremper Sunglow


Comments:

What an amazing, beautiful boy!  This male is a Giant High Contrast Tangerine Tremper Albino.  He is possible het for Eclipse due to father carrying the het Eclipse gene.  In this pair, we tried to blend in the beautiful colors and patterns of our Hot Moose breeder male Asclepius, with an absolutely stunning high quality TUG Tremper Sunglow.  The results are simply amazing as you can see.  This boy has a very nice carrot-head with cute patterns.  His body colors are beautiful, you can see the depth of deep & light tangerine coloration all the way down his back.  The white bands and tail offer such great high contrast, words can't describe how elegant this boy looks.

He's feeding very well on superworms at the moment, eating roughly 1 superworm per day.  He is already nearing 60g at less than 5 months old.  There is plenty of growth left in this boy.  With Giant males, they often gain their length during the first year, then girth during the 2nd year.  So this boy should grow to a good size.  This is an "extremely docile" gecko, meaning he is suitable for all hobbyists and breeders alike.  You can pick him up and hold him without him flinching one bit.  Don't miss out on this rare and precious friendly gecko.

The tail tip looks like a nip but I don't see anything wrong with the tail.  There's no tail kink, no loose skin, and no scars.  We also house our hatchlings separately so they are never housed with other geckos.  This is why with some other breeders you see more tail nips, broken tails, and scars.  Do note that sometimes when geckos shed their skin, they could accidentally bite their own tail or toes.  It's all normal and often there's no harm done.