All a leopard gecko requires as a baby is ten gallons of space, a water bowl, heat pad recommended as they are desert animals and are used to hot sand on the bottom. Don't actually use sand, as when leopard geckos are hunting for crickets (they must be fed crickets as babies, and mealworms as adults, although you can also feed them crickets as adults), they will swallow some sand, and get an impaction and die. We don't want that!
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I don't think this is a good tank for leopard geckos, only because they don't need heat lamps, don't need plants, etc. Their needs are simple. Of course, you can go for a wild looking habitat, but just stay away from sand. Leopard geckos are desert animals, and rarely climb, so limbs or sticks are not necessary. Just two hides (small caves, as leos like small spots to sit in.) And a bowl of calcium (they have a calcium deficiency. The calcium comes as a powder. Just fill the cap with powder and put it in the tank.) Do your research if you haven't already!
I hope you get a leopard gecko as cute as mine!
i added am image to this answer of my leopard gecko. He is 1 year old, and is a male named Jojo.
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