Wow that is a lovely tank! I currently house my #leopardgecko on paper towel, because sand substrate is evil. This is definitely something that would look better--wonder how hard it is to clean though...

I love this leopard gecko terrarium setup. I wouldn't use the smaller rocks but bigger smooth rocks would work really well for a ground cover

Leopard Geckos: the ultimate naturalistic vivarium complete with leos - Geckos Unlimited

HABITAT Leopard Geckos: the ultimate naturalistic vivarium complete with leos - DIY Reptile Background

When you bring home your new leopard gecko, there are a lot of care factors to consider to make sure you give them the best care. Providing a proper tank, light/heat, substrate, humidity, and decor for your leopard gecko will get them started on the right track and ensure a happy future.

When you bring home your new leopard gecko, there are a lot of care factors to consider to make sure you give them the best care. Providing a proper tank, light/heat, substrate, humidity, and decor for your leopard gecko will get them started on the right track and ensure a happy future.

How to Setup the Perfect Leopard Gecko Habitat

Learn everything you need to know about leopard gecko habitats. Get information on tank size, temperature, hides, substrate, and accessories.

Leopard Gecko - Refference Sheet by Jasper-19

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How to Setup the Perfect Leopard Gecko Habitat » Step by Step

Learn everything you need to know about leopard gecko habitats. Get information on tank size, temperature, hides, substrate, and accessories.

Your leopard gecko set up - Page 2 - Reptile Forums

Originally Posted by no offence to the 2 people who has already posted but id go for a more natural look with sand im sure their leo's are

Native Habitat of the Leopard Gecko & Setting up a Natural Enclosure

Native Habitat of the Leopard Gecko & Setting up a Natural Enclosure

Native Habitat of the Leopard Gecko & Setting up a Natural Enclosure. Geckos do not live in sand. Use slate tiles, rocks, and gecko safe, live plants

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