The African fat tailed gecko species are known as one of the more neat and sophisticated breed of gecko. They’re very much so a pleasure to own and they’re relatively easy to takecare of. They’re one of my highly recommended gecko breeds for brand new owners.

The African fattailed gecko diet typically consists of crickets and/or mealworms. They may also readily accept silkworms, waxworms or pinkie mice, but these food items should only be given as a supplement as they are high in fat content.

FeedingFattail Geckos mainly eat live crickets, mealworms, waxworms, roach nymphs, and silk-worms. Be careful not to feed them anything larger than about 3/4 the size of their heads to prevent choking.  Explore our entire african fat tailed gecko care section for more information.

Before purchasing your new african fat tailed gecko for sale, find the right african fat tailed gecko breeder only offering captive bred baby fat tailed geckos for sale.  Before purchasing any fat tail gecko for sale, including baby fat tail gecko, be sure to do your homework on fat tail gecko feeding, fat tailed gecko diet and care!