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Discussion in 'African Fat-tailed Geckos' started by lukus, Jul 19, 2007.

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  1. lukus

    lukus Member

    Hi everyone, I am planning on buying a fat tail and wanted to haunt the forum a bit and learn all I can before getting one. I have 4 Leopard geckos now Jimmy, Gem, Jewel and Jazz, all are female. (Jimmy was supposed to be male and surprised me) I've been told the fat tails are pretty much the same to take care of and justwant to be sure.
    lukus:)
     
  2. The D

    The D Mango Empress

    Welcome to HC! i dont keep fat tails myself but they're awesome little guys, i'm sure more experienced keepers will be along to answer any questions you might have :)
     
  3. venus

    venus Founding Member

    Hi and welcome to Herpcenter.
     
  4. kriminaal

    kriminaal HH Block Leader Staff Member Premium Member

    Hello and welcome to the HCN. Great to have you join us.
     
  5. Lyn

    Lyn Elite Member

    Welcome to HC Network....As far as care, they are pretty close to Leos and I believe they need a bit more humidity....good luck finding one and post pics when you get it!!
     
  6. kremlinator

    kremlinator Banned User

    My friend had a pair back a few years ago. They are insanely easy to care for. Have you tried asking Google for a caresheet on them? Look up a few and kind of average them out (or take the mode), that works well for me.
     
  7. Merlin

    Merlin Administrator Staff Member Premium Member

    Welcome to HerpCenter!
     
  8. Rich

    Rich Administrator Staff Member Premium Member

    Hello,

    Welcome to the HC Network!
     
  9. lukus

    lukus Member

    Thanks everyone, I did google it so I've got a lot of reading to do! Thanks
     
  10. kenman1963

    kenman1963 Moderator

    Hi Lukus, welcome to HC.
     
  11. furryscaly

    furryscaly Elite Member

    Welcome to Herp Center :) Fat-tails are similar to leos in both appearance and care, but as mentioned, they need higher humidity. Their habitat in the wild is rather dry, but they hide in humid burrows. I know there are fat-tail keepers around here somewhere, I'm sure some of them could give you more first-hand info on their care.
     
  12. Lyn'sSteve

    Lyn'sSteve Elite Member

    Hello lukus,

    Welcome to Herp Center! Glad to have you here!
     
  13. jengal

    jengal Elite Member

    Hi Lukus,

    I have two leopard geckos, and just got two AFTs today, so I'm also working on getting the care distinctions right. I had an AFT in the past, but she died of stomatitis. I can admit that it was partially my fault because I was such a novice, but the vet did an abominable job of treating her and educating me, so my guilt burden is not excessive.

    Anyway, did you find some? How's it going?

    Jennifer Gal
     
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