During winter some animals sleep and wake up towards the early spring. They hibernate to survive the cold winter season. But before they go into hibernation, they store food in the form of body fats. When they are fat enough, they bury themselves in the ground or stay in caves, or somewhere where they can pass the cold weather. When the weather gets warmer, they wake up after a long slumber and resume their normal day to day living. But Tokay geckos are different.
- Beginner’s Corner: How to Tame a Newly Owned Tokay Gecko
- Beginner’s Corner: Are You Feeding Your Tokay Gecko Properly?
- Beginner’s Corner: Understanding the Day and Night Cycle of Your Gecko
- Beginner’s Corner: What to Feed Your Gecko
- Beginner’s Corner: Maintaining the Right Temperature and Humidity of Your Gecko Cage
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