What’s the difference between leopard gecko and fat tailed gecko? Leopard gecko and african fat-tailed gecko share the same subfamily “Eublepharidae”. Eublepharidae are a family of geckos lacking sticky pads on their toes (they have claws instead). They also have movable eyelids unlike other species of geckos. Aside from being in the same subfamily, leopard gecko and african fat-tailed are two different species from different parts of the world.
Greetings everyone! It has been awhile since my last update, and I do have to apologize. The short explanation is that my father passed away late last year, and I had a lot of things to take care of within the family. Around that same time, I also took on additional responsibilities at work. The additional responsibilities is a good thing, but it also meant I had less time to browse gecko forums, update blogs, and create fun gecko videos. Now that things have settled down a bit, we are finally going to post the beautiful geckos we’ve hatched out this season. Continue reading “OnlineGeckos.com September 2014 Update – African Fat-tailed Geckos”