Defaecatorial behaviour in Leopard geckos

Defaecatorial behaviour in Leopard geckos
Published by Author Renier Delport Posted on on .
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Leopard geckos are known to have, what is called defaecatorial behaviour. This means they often deposit their droppings in more or less the same area of their enclosure.

Apart from the fact that it is often observed, not much information is available regarding this, somewhat strange, but normal behaviour. What is known that it makes enclosure and substrate cleaning a lot easier.

Defaecatorial behaviour in Leopard geckos

About the author
Renier has a keen interest in the welfare of pet reptiles. He has been keeping and treating Leopard geckos for many years and has written various forms of literature on them and other fascinating reptiles.

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