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    I would love to meet Steve in person and see what he brought to an expo. I have seen many of his leachies on different forums and they are all beautiful animals. I would lov eto have one of Steve's geckos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BabyyItsLove View Post
    We had to wait for our income tax before we could order ours. Paying the amount we paid was out of the question to be taken out of our monthly income. Saving would've worked out as well, but we didn't have enough room to play with saving for emergencies and saving for our hobby/pets.

    Personally, They are super easy to care for. VERY hardy. And super cool in general. I wouldn't change my decision for anything in the world. We could've gotten about half a dozen cresties for what we paid for ONE leachie hatchling. But he's great, and has wonderful promise for what he will become as he grows older.

    This is Cloake... A.K.A Leachie-Saurus
    i know im a bit late, but what locale is cloake? hes a beautiful gecko, and i really like that hes more natural colors, he/she is awesome specimen
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    Nice video, he totally has bite marks on his arm haha not to scare any1 away but its soo obvious righ tin the beginning!
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    My Leachie is a terror gecko. I stopped handling it when I was busy for about a year. If people met mine I bet the demand and price would drop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian View Post
    If people met mine I bet the demand and price would drop.

    Ability to handle is not generally considered in leachie pricing, nor will it ever be. Some people actually enjoy the challenge of a bitey leachie.

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