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    Hi, Iím a new gargoyle owner Iíve had him for a month now and heís still small , I will post a video or photo of his eyes, they worry me and i guess Iím not wording it right because I can not find any threads about it. Please let me know ,thank u in advance

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    Need to see the video or photo. So far there's nothing attached.
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    Hi, having trouble uploading so ill send a link and hopefully you should see my gecko and his black line around his eyes .... it looks scary to me and i really hope nothing is wrong with him please let me know what you think and if i should take him to a vet , more info about him looking back at pictures its always been like that but i feel it might have expand more ? Not sure really. His eyes move fine and from what i can tell he can see fine , heres the link
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    Hoping others will also chime in as I am no expert...but I googled gargoyle eyes, and there were a few there that had what looked to be a similar ring as yours.

    It doesn't look to me (from what I can tell by your photos), that is infected or injured or anything like that. Do both eyes look the same? As long as he is not rubbing them or licking them excessively, and is eating well and active, they are probably fine. Most likely, it's just his unique coloring.
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    Hi I don't think you have anything to worry about they do tend to have a black ring around edge of eyes sometimes more visible than at other times. These are photos of some of my gargoyles
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    Yes , both eyes look the same and he really seems fine and eat and is active . Thank you replying Im less worried now , I too also hope I get more feedback.

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    Thank you! Iím a less worried now seeing other pictures that relate to mine .

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    you're fine I think it's fairly common in gargs, but just in varying degree's of 'dark'. Honeybear has the same thing as well, although it looks like her's is much lighter than Ace's


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